By Robert A . Baron
First released in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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Finally, I would like to thank the authors who have contributed the results of their hard work and experience to help bring this publication to fruition and from whom I have learned more than I would like to admit. 2. Demac, Is Any Use “fair” in a Digital World? Toward New Guidelines for Fair Use in the Educational Context (The Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at Columbia University, New York, 1996). See Appendix B: Existing Fair Use Guidelines and Appendix D: The Clinton Administration’s Fair Use Committee’s Draft Guidelines for Educational Multimedia.
Some of them concern the economic value of an image, while others concern its artistic integrity. Let us look at some of the issues unique to doing business in digital and online environments. Rights and responsibilites in the digital age 27 Multimedia Interactivity One of the more difficult issues concerns multimedia interactivity. As I mentioned above, the very essence of interactive multimedia—whereby the user has the power to combine digitized art, photography, sound, text, video, and so on in idiosyncratic ways—leads to a number of quandaries during contract negotiations.
Copyright and Fair Use: The Great Image Debate (Visual Resources (M.E. Sharpe)) by Robert A . Baron