Relying on customary practice when the law says ‘No’: justified, safe or simply ‘no go’
VALA2014 CONCURRENT SESSION 12: Learning
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The Library, archive, cultural and educational sectors are likely to face many more years of copyright uncertainty and disconnect between copyright laws and norms. Legislative changes may narrow what has been a widening gap between the legal and the technologically possible, but evolving copyright norms are increasingly setting the boundaries of what is possible and prudent at a time when black letter law is struggling to keep pace with change.
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