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Google Penalizes Copyright Infringers: Are You At Risk?

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Sometimes, it is nice to see that your work has been used by many people around the web, even if they are not crediting you. In some cases, using work without permission is allowed. For criticizing, commenting, and news reporting, short quotations are considered fair use. You can also use material that’s available in the public domain. Finally, you are allowed to use a brand name on your site under nominative fair use laws. Use materials licensed under Creative Commons. Here are a few tips. Reusing content?

Is Amazon reading this blog?

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September 29th, 2010 · View Comments On Monday I wrote about the future of libraries , and how digital sharing and sampling are legally enabled either by open works (Public Domain or Creative Commons), or that retailers will have a vested interest in allowing sampling. Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← Is the eBook, the end of the library?

What’s the law around aggregating news online? A Harvard Law report on the risks and the best practices

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So much of the web is built around aggregation — gathering together interesting and useful things from around the Internet and presenting them in new ways to an audience. Blog Aggregators are websites that use third?party The Gawker Media sites are perhaps one of the best known examples of Blog Aggregators, and also illustrate the different forms that the use of third?party

What’s the law around aggregating news online

www.niemanlab.org

So much of the web is built around aggregation — gathering together interesting and useful things from around the Internet and presenting them in new ways to an audience. Blog Aggregators are websites that use third?party The Gawker Media sites are perhaps one of the best known examples of Blog Aggregators, and also illustrate the different forms that the use of third?party

How To Use Pinterest to Advance Your Organization

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Pin boards are used by architects and designers to collect color swatches and material samples along with pictures and drawings in order to aid the process of generating a design. Organizations can use Pinterest to tell their story to all of their constituencies — donors, sponsors, volunteers, members, potential members or employees, and the community at large. Get the recording here.

Are Aggregators Really The Problem? | PlagiarismToday

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Fair use and fair dealing, fortunately, provide a lot of guidance. The idea of “transformative&# use is certainly a key element to any “white hat&# aggregator and, while the law isn’t perfect (the All Headline News case largely hinged on an archaic “hot news&# ruling from 1918 ), it can help Still, it’s clear that there is a lot of new tech and new ideas in this particular space and many of the lines haven’t been drawn. That is something that groups like the Fair Syndication Consortium are trying to sort out. Is this bad?

Newsmastering Architecture for News Radars

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February (1) Using social technologies to run better events ? Integrating human and the machine New school book paradigm Use blogs to make yourself viral offline Web 2.0 March (5) Programming language popularity Yahoo taking advantage of Creative Commons Survey results of blog readership Acqusition storms The Long Tail of software ? In either case, it's fair use.

PB173: How to Use Quotes in Your Blog Content Legally and Ethically

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Using Quotes in Your Blog Legally and Ethically. In today’s lesson, I want to talk about using quotes on your blog. I’m regularly asked – particularly by new bloggers – what the etiquette and legalities are around using content that others have written in your own content – or the practice of quoting others. How do you use that in your own content?”