Elena Kagan’s thesis


Princeton’s letters and forms reflect a common mistake in libraries and archives. Often they will talk about “copyright,” when in reality they are trying to exert contractual rights that arise from being the copyright owner. If you ask someone to take something down, it is probably a good idea to make it crystal clear whether you are doing this as the copyright owner or as the owner of a physical object that has licensed its use to you.

Autor: Klaus Graf

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