AALL Comments on DMCA Ruling

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on October 31, 2003

New Copyright Rules Fail to Provide Fair Access in the Digital World:

  • “In his second triennial rulemaking under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Librarian of Congress James Billington has again issued narrow exceptions to the law’s prohibition on circumventing technological locks intended to prevent access to copyrighted digital works. Libraries expressed disappointment that the law will continue to disallow legitimate and customary uses of digital materials by libraries and schools.”
  • Posted in Copyright, Libraries

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