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Archiving Right

TermArchiving Right
CategoryTerms Defined Entity Perpetual Rights Group
DefinitionThe right to permanently retain an electronic copy of the licensed materials
Sample"A subscribing library may download and archive materials at its own site and place contents on its own file server, including electonic reserves, providing that access to the file servers is restricted to the campus/institutional community

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  • Confidentiality of User Information Indicator
  • Prevailing Electronic Link

    Facts on copyright

    • Some countries may have parallel importation restrictions that allow the copyright holder of their licensee to control the aftermarket. This may mean for example that a copy of a book that does not infringe copyright in the country where it was printed does infringe copyright in a country into which it is imported for retailing.
    • Some countries may have parallel importation restrictions that allow the copyright holder of their licensee to control the aftermarket. This may mean for example that a copy of a book that does not infringe copyright in the country where it was printed does infringe copyright in a country into which it is imported for retailing.
    • Different countries impose different tests, although generally the requirements are low. In the United Kingdom there has to be some 'skill, originality and work' which has gone into it. However, even fairly trivial amounts of these qualities are sufficient for determining whether a particular act of copying constitutes an infringement of the author's original expression.

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