Part two of a three-part series highlighting the differences between two forms of Intellectual Property, patents and copyrights
Aside from compiling and publishing his eponymous Dictionary, Noah Webster was also involved in many literary and publishing projects during the days of the Revolutionary period and the early Republic.
Keith Kupferschmid recaps the most important stories in the world of copyright from 2019, and gives a preview of what is to come in 2020.
Copyright law and trademark law are distinct forms of intellectual property protection and are useful for different purposes.
RightsLink Author is now RightsLink for Scientific Communications, and other important changes rolled out in the October 2019 Release.
According to scholar Amaranth Borsuk, a book is a physical and metaphorical container, suitable for holding any imaginable human expression.
RightsLink Author’s Release 19 includes new features developed in response to market shifts, customer requests, and ongoing technical excellence.