Original publisher: [Fort Belvoir, Va.]: CENDI, - OCLC Number: (OCoLC)53127228 Subject: Copyright -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Excerpt: ... CENDI / 2008-1 As in the print environment, it is not necessary for an author to include a copyright statement on the material in order for the work to maintain its copyright protection. However, you may find notices on the home page or on special terms and condition pages that provide for specific uses. 2.4.5 Are copyright notices required on materials on Government Web sites? It is good practice to provide notice whenever possible, even though it is not required. In addition, there may be disclaimers and use notices that apply to use of the material. Check your Agency policy regarding Web site notices. For further discussion, see the CENDI Whitepaper Don't Keep the Public Guessing: Best Practices in Notice of Copyright and Terms a Conditions of Use for Government Website Content ( CENDI / 04-4 ). Also see examples listed in Section 6.0. 2.4.6 Is it a copyright infringement to link from your website to copyrighted material on another? No. In April, 2000, Federal Judge Harry L. Hupp in his ruling on deep linking in Ticketmaster vs. Tickets.com, Inc., 2000 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12987 ( D. Cal. 2000 ) states that, ..q. hyperlinking does not itself involve a violation of the Copyright Act ( whatever it may do for other claims ) since no copying is involved. q Many organizations encourage links by posting terms and conditions and how-to instructions on their websites, usually under the headings of Copyright, Legal Notices, or 44 45 About Us. For examples, see the Washington Post and the New York Times. However, be aware of q other claims q and court rulings which prohibit framing, misuse of trademarks, bypassing advertising, etc. 2.4.7 Does the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ( DMCA ) of 1998 expand protection of works on the Internet? 46 Yes, the DMCA ( Pub. L. No. 105-304, 112 Stat. 2860 ) added Chapte...Excerpt: ... CENDI / 2008-1 As in the print environment, it is not necessary for an author to include a copyright statement on the material in order for the work to maintain its copyright protection.
|Title||:||Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright|
|Author||:||Cendi (U.S.). Copyright Task Group.|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC - 2011-10|