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Should librarians and information professionals be content with current UK copyright law?

Citation: Gee, David (2008) Should librarians and information professionals be content with current UK copyright law?

This article seeks to provide an overview of the current copyright position within the UK from the perspective of both the rights-owners and librarians. Although some of the current copyright regime does seem fair and in balance, a number of worrying issues for librarians and their users relating to digital copyright will become apparent from this overview which I would suggest need to be resolved by changes to the law in order to provide a better balance.Preprint of an article by David Gee, Deputy Librarian and Academic Services Manager at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Library.

Additional Information: Citation: Legal Information Managment.
Creators: Gee, David and
Subjects: Law
Keywords: Copyright, Law Librarianship
Divisions: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
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Dates:
  • 2008 (published)
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