This discussion moderated by Tracey Armstrong included what the world of copyright will look like by decade’s end, including how pandemic-driven change in education and research might shape the future of intellectual property, and what role the copyright community will have as positive influencers on economic and cultural development.
By permitting researchers, academics, publishers and others to make use of copyrighted materials and enabling rightsholders to receive royalties for those uses, collective licensing creates efficient markets that make copyright work.
This collection of essays takes three separate but interrelated looks at the development of collective licensing in text publishing, and has been published in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the final appellate decision in the case of American Geophysical Union et al. v. Texaco Inc.
Learn how collective management organizations (CMO) work to balance the needs of those who use and share copyrighted content and those who create it. Developed by CCC and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), this video provides an overview of the role of CMOs around the world.
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