Two of the most mundane aspects of the copyright system, the registration and deposit requirements, are also perhaps the most often overlooked when looking for “interesting aspects of copyright” to examine.
As the Frankfurt Book Fair is virtual this year, we are adapting our programming to resonate with audiences worldwide, celebrating the innovative solutions being developed by the publishing industry.
Invasive Disruption Comes to the Scientific Publishing Ecosystem.
In late June, US Copyright Office announced an upcoming change in procedures for copyright registration of groups of “short literary works”.
One of the main reasons to publish in an Open Access journal is to ensure the largest possible societal impact of their research findings through availability to peers, the public, and to policymakers. The ability to expand an article’s reach and readership resides in the article’s visibility.
At Copyright Clearance Center, we are helping the publishing industry around the world, as they struggle to recover from the impacts of COVID-19 on book selling and book buying.
In observation of World IP Day, here are some of Mark Twain’s most notable efforts to protect his works through copyright and intellectual property.