Copyright and Intellectual Property
- Copyright Campaign: Shame of the White Man
- U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, as Amended
- United States Copyright Office, including:
- Copyright Basics; note particularly
- What Works are Protected
- Enclosures of the Mind: Intellectual Monopolies
- A Resource Kit on Community Knowledge, Biodiversity, and Intellectual Property
- Intellectual Property Rights from the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
- Indigenous Intellectual Property Constituency
- See also Digital Council Fires, Native American Telecommunications Conference
- Protection of Folklore from UNESCO
- Who Owns Digital Works?, Ann Okerson
- Copyright and Related Rights: The International Dimension
- by Keith Acheson & Christopher J. Maule, Canadian Journal of Communication
- Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure,
- The report of the Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights (in Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
- Copyright and Intellectual Property from the Association of Research Libraries Web site.
- Online Resources: Copyright and Universities prepared by Ann Okerson
- for the Association of American Universities/ Association of Research
Libraries Intellectual Property Task Force.
- Copyright Resources Online from the Yale University Library
- Transition to Electronic Content Licensing: The Institutional Context in 1997, Ann Okerson
- UT Austin Publishing Policies
- The Berne Convention for the Protection of
Literary and Artistic Works (Paris Text 1971)
- Access Copyright, the Canadian copyright licensing agency Web site.
- The Copyright Website, directed specifically at online and multimetia copyright issues.
- Cyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers
- The Electronic Frontier Foundation