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Islands in the Stream: Academic Technology, Digital Copyright, and The TEACH Act

By Raymond Uzwyshyn

Puzzling over the arcana of the TEACH Act [Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act, 2002], more than a few university administrators will be reminded of the minutiae of the tax code. To be sure, copyright law needs to be reconceptualized for the new millennium. Libraries and universities are witnessing a sea change from an earlier era of historical development. Definitions of copyright, technology, and the online classroom need to be recast or the laws become peripheral in handling digital copyright questions that increasingly arise. Recent cases represent the widespread confusion among players. Various strong opposing debates regarding streaming media and the TEACH Act illustrate these facts well.

Continued at: http://campustechnology.com/articles/2011/12/14/academic-technology-digital-copyright-and-the-teach-act.aspx

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