Posts By: Denise Nicholson

eBulletin April 2024

by Denise Nicholson • April 9, 2024

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin April 2024

Fair Use in Copyright Law

by Denise Nicholson • March 26, 2024

Fair Use Best Practice Guidelines for Various Stakeholders  Copyright Resources

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Fair Use in Copyright Law

eBulletin March 2024

by Denise Nicholson • March 10, 2024

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin March 2024

eBulletin February 2024

by Denise Nicholson • February 2, 2024

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin February 2024

eBulletin January 2024

by Denise Nicholson • January 8, 2024

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin January 2024

eBulletin December 2023

by Denise Nicholson • December 5, 2023

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin December 2023

eBulletin for November 2023

by Denise Nicholson • November 7, 2023

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin for November 2023

eBulletin for October 2023

by Denise Nicholson • October 5, 2023

This is a free online information service, covering topics such as scholarly publishing, avoiding questionable publishing practices, open access, open educational resources, access to knowledge, copyright and related matters, library matters, including institutional repositories and digitisation projects, access issues related to people with disabilities, and other topics. Should you not wish to receive these emails […]

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eBulletin for October 2023

Who is the Real ‘Enemy’ of Artists in the Copyright Chess Game?

by Denise Nicholson • September 26, 2023

Let’s be frank.   The Copyright Amendment Bill in its various versions since 2015 has been attacked from all sides, for so many shameless reasons, too many to count.  Supporters of the Bill have been called ridiculous names in the media, such as ‘Big Tech agents’ and ‘Dark Forces’.  ‘Fair use’ has been called an ‘alien […]

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Who is the Real ‘Enemy’ of Artists in the Copyright Chess Game?

Who’s ‘Pulling the Wool Over Whose Eyes’?

by Denise Nicholson • September 26, 2023

Strategy of disinformation The carefully planned and persistent strategy of intermediaries and multinationals to criticise and spread disinformation about the Copyright Amendment Bill has been blatant since the Draft Bill was first published by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for public comment in 2015.  As far back as the multi-stakeholder conference organised by […]

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Who’s ‘Pulling the Wool Over Whose Eyes’?