Thursday, November 02, 2006

Group 3: Works Cited for DMCA

Works Cited

11thHour. “Universal's Legal Action ~ Fans Beware.” Firefly Forum. Prospero Technologies,
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Affinitive. “Case Study: Universal Pictures / Serenity.” Affinitive, LLC. 2006. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Aliner, I. 1. (2004). Copyright and the delivery of library services to distance learners. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 9(3/4), 179-192.

Anderson, B. (2002). New technologies, new copyright laws, new challenges. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 20(2), 89-92.

Anderson, B. (2002). First sale, digital copyright, and libraries. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 21(1), 73-76.

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Bradley, L. E. (1999). DMCA concerns rise. College & Research Libraries News, 60(6), 476.

Cohen, Daniel J. and Roy Rosenzweig. Digital History a guide to gathering, preserving,
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Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

Conaway, T. L. (2003). How the digital millennium copyright act jeopardizes online privacy. Nebraska Library Association Quarterly, 34(4), 12.

Congress of the United States: Congressional Budget Office: Copyright Issues in the
Digital Media:

CoverWeb. Copyright, plagiarism, and Intellectual Property. 25 Oct. 2006

CowboyNeal. “Firefly Fans Fight Back Against Universal.” Slashdot. 28-Oct-2006. Accessed 31-Oct-06.

Crosby, J. (1999). Safe harbors. Information Outlook, 3(2), 28-32.

d’Astous, Alain, et al. “Music Piracy on the Web – How Effective Are Anti-Piracy Arguments? Evidence From the Theory of Planned Behaviour.” Journal of Consumer Policy. 28 (2005): 289-310.

Davis, T. L., & Fiander, P. M. (2001). The digital millennium copyright act: Key issues for serialists. Serials Librarian, 40(1/2), 85.

Deyrup, M. M. (2005). IntellectuaI property and the university: An interview with kim bonner, director, center for intellectual property, university of maryland, university college. Library Administration & Management, 19(1), 4-6.

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“Does YouTube Really Have Legal Problems? How the Bell Lobby helped midwife YouTube.” By Tim Wu Posted Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006


Electronic Frontier Foundation
-Case studies
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Electronic Frontier Foundation.(2002). Unintended consequences: Three years under DMCA. Retrieved October 23, 2006 from

fandom_lawyers. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Ferullo, D. L. (2004). Major copyright is sues in academic libraries: Legal implications of
a digital environment. Journal of Library Administration, 40(1/2), 23-40.
Free Software Foundation

Gantz, John, and Jack B Rocherster. Pirates of the Digital Millenium:
How the Intellectural Property Wars Damage Our Personal Freedoms, Our Jobs, and the World Economy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005.

Gohring, Nancy. “European Discontent Against Apple’s DRM Spreading”
MacWorld. 23.9 (Sept. 2006).Gooch, Richard. “Setting The Record Straight On Digital Rights Management”Billboard. 118 5 (Feb. 4, 2006): 4.

Grosso, A. (2002). Why the digital millennium copyright act is a failure of reason. Communications of the ACM, 45(2), 19-23.

Hakim, Danny. “'Star Trek' Fans, Deprived of a Show, Recreate the Franchise on Digital
Video.” New York Times. 18-Jun-2006. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Harper, G. K. (2001). Copyright endurance and change. Journal of Electronic Publishing, 6(4).

Hinduja, Sameer. Music Piracy and Crime Theory. USA: LFB Scholarly
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Hollaar, Professor Lee. A. Legal Protection of Digital Information. 27 Oct. 2006

Holland, Bill. “RIAA & lawmakers at odds over Webcaster lawsuits.”
Billboard. 113.25 (Jun. 23, 2001): 1.Litman, Jessica. Digital Copyright. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2001.

Jenkins, Henry. Convergence Culture. New York University Press, 2006.

Jenkins, Henry. Textual Poachers. Routledge, 1992.

Journal of Business, 2004, (Volume 77, No. 2), “Software Piracy: Market penetration in
the Presence of Network Externalities”

Karl-Erik Tallmo. The History of Copyright: A critical Overview With Source Texts in
Five Languages. 25 Oct. 2006. <>.

Lawlor, B. (2001). The copyright revolution: Issues raised during the DMCA rulemaking and their impact on the future of digital information. Managing Information, 8(4), 58-63.

Lawlor, B. (2000). The copyright revolution: Issues raised during the DMCA rulemaking and their impact on the future of digital information. NFAIS Newsletter, 42(12), 169-174;.

Lawlor, B. (1999). Database protection: Just where are we??? NFAIS Newsletter, 41(12), 157-162.

Lee, Jennifer. “Cracking the Code of Online Censorship”, N. Y. TIMES, July 19, 2001

Lessig, Lawrence. Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace. Basic Books, 2000.

Lessig, Lawrence. Free Culture. Penguin Press, 2004. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Lessig, Lawrence. “Jail Time in the Digital Age,” N.Y. TIMES, July 30, 2001, A7

Library of Congress (Full text of the DMCA):

Lipinski, T. A. (2003). The myth of technological neutrality in copyright and the rights of institutional users: Recent legal challenges to the information organization as mediator and the impact of the DMCA, WIPO, and TEACH. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 54(9), 824-835.

Maxwell, T. A. (2004). Mapping information policy frames: The politics of the digital millennium copyright act. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 55(1), 3-12.

McCullagh, Declan. "Will This Land Me in Jail?", CNET NEWS, Dec. 23, 2002

New cases interpret DMCA.(2000). Information Outlook, 4(7), 36.

“The Next Piracy War.” Anonymous. Billboard; Jan 17, 2004; 116, 3; General Interest
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One True b!X, The. “Browncoat Invoice.” 30-Oct-2006. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Pabawan. “YouTube and fan-made Star Wars videos.” Star Blogs. 02-Aug-2006. Lucasfilm. Accessed 31-Oct-2006.

Parsky, W. M. & Bansal, P. D.(1999). Online copyright protection in the new millennium: The digital millennium copyright act. NFAIS Newsletter, 41(2), 13-16.

Phoha, V. V. (2001). The DCMA needs fixing: Reexamining U.S. copyright laws. Communications of the ACM, 44(12), 33-34.

PDF Document: WIPO 2nd International Conference on Electronic Commerce and
Intellectual Property. September 20, 2001 Plenary on Ownership on the Internet. Patricia Schroeder, President & CEO, Association of American Publishers

“Safe Harbors: online liability provisions should benefit information professional.”
John Crosby. Information Outlook; Feb 1999; 3, 2; Education Module. pg. 28

“Same Issues, Different Packaging.” By Garret Sern and Wendy Wigen. Jan/Feb 2003. Educause Review. Pp 58-59.

Samuelson, Pamela. “DRM {and, or, vs.} The Law.” Communications
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Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic; Mulligan, Deirdre; Ozer, Nicky;
and Nielsen, Nicolai. “Unintended Consequences: Seven Years under the
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Schumacher-Rasmussen, E. (2002). US appeals court upholds ban on posting DeCSS. EMedia, 15(9), 12-13.

Spinello, R. A. (2004). The DMCA, copyright law, and the fight to link. Journal of Information Ethics, 13(2), 8-23.

Strickland, L. S. (2003). Copyright's digital dilemma today: Fair use or unfair constraints? part 2: The DMCA, the TEACH act and other E-copying considerations. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 30(2), 18-23.

UCLA Cyberspace Law & Policy Institute: Digital Millennium Copyright Act:

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United States Copyright Office FAQs about copyright laws

Von Lohmann, Fred. “Measuring The Digital Millennium Copyright Act Against The
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World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

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Zielinski, D. (2001). Stop!: Thief! Presentations Magazine, 15(7), 30-40.


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