Copyright & A2K Issues

Copyright and A2K issues

Copyright & A2K Issues - 15 June 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

Why fair use and quotation provisions in SA Copyright Amendment Bill 2017 need to be Open

http://bit.ly/2sdGjIB

You still have time to comment on this to the PC on Trade and Industry  – email ahermans@parliament.gov.za before 30 JUNE 2017

 

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 7 June 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

Resources on Artists’ Resale Rights in Copyright Law

http://libguides.wits.ac.za/Copyright_and_Related_Issues/resale_right

Google, Facebook Are Super Upset They May No Longer Be Able To Sell Your Internet Data Without Permission

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 5 June 2017

 

Intellectual Property:

South African Copyright Amendment Bill 2017 - public hearings postponed

http://www.africanlii.org/blogs/denise/copyright-a2k-issues-3-june-2017-newsflash

 

Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

New Toolkits on the Block: Peer Review Alternatives in Scholarly Communication

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 3 June 2017 (Newsflash)

 

SA COPYRIGHT AMENDMENT BILL - PUBLIC HEARINGS POSTPONED TO AUGUST 2017

 

Please see notice from Andre Hermans from PC on Trade and Industry below:

 

Dear Stakeholder
 
In light of the Committee decision taken on Tuesday, 30 May 2017 please note the following;
 
1. No public hearings on 27, 28 and 29 June 2017.
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Copyright & A2K Issues - 2 June 2017 (Pt 2)

 

Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

Collaboration in Scholarly Communication – Opportunities to Normalize Open Access

https://theidealis.org/collaboration-in-scholarly-communication-opportunities-to-normalize-open-access/

A Trust Framework for Online Research Data Services

http://www.mdpi.com/2304-6775/5/2/14

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 2 June 2017 (Pt 1)

 

Intellectual Property:

Australian Productivity Commission Slams Protectionist Copyright and Patent Laws

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/05/australian-productivity-commission-slams-protectionist-copyright-and-patent-laws

Copyright Experts: Fair Use is Not Getting a Fair Deal in Australia

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