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Music and Copyright
Creative License: The Law and Culture of Digital Sampling by
Call Number: KF3035 .M35 2011
Publication Date: 2011
The golden age of sampling; A legal and cultural history of sound collage; The competing interests in sample licensing; Sampling lawsuits: hip-hop goes to court; The sample clearance system : how it works (and how it breaks down); Consequences for creativity : an assessment of the sample clearance system; Proposals for reform
Music and Copyright by
Call Number: KF3035 .R67 2008
The copyright law: an overview; Remedies; The basic elements of musical language and ideas: the copyright perspective; Infringement and the commencement of litigation; The importance of the expert: the musicological expert; The importance of the expert: the apportionment expert; Fair use-part one: an introduction; Fair use-part two: borrowing, the art of parody and other exercises in fair use; Discovery; Music and summary judgment; Copyright and music in the courtroom; Music, copyright and the impact of new technology.
Music and Copyright in America by
Call Number: KF3035 .P37 2012
Publication Date: 2014
Music as American commerce; The end of the world as we know it, part 1 : rolls, cylinders, and discs; Public performance for profit: from Lüchow's to the La Salle Hotel; Recordings and recording artists; Revolutions in the air; The end of the world, part 2 -- Into the cloud
Parodies of Ownership: Hip-Hop Aesthetics and Intellectual Property Law by
Call Number: KF4757 .S38 2009
From chattel to intellectual property: legal foundations of African American cultural critique; Critical race theory, signifyin', and cultural ownership; Defining hip-hop aesthetics; Claiming ownership in the post-civil rights era; "Fair use" and the circulation of racialized texts; "Transformative uses" : parody and memory; From invisibility to erasure? The consequences of hip-hop aesthetics.
Books on Copyright
Copyright Illuminated: Refocusing the Diffuse U.S. Statute by
Call Number: KF2994 .N52 2008
Pt. 1. Confronting the statute as a whole. Codifying copyright comprehensibly; Pt. 2. Renewal and termination. Abend in myth and in fact; Abend's stepchild; Sound recordings, works for hire, and the termination-of-transfers time bomb; Preexisting confusion in copyright's work for hire doctrine; Pt. 3. Revisiting the DMCA. Repeat infringers; Inaccessibility; Pt. 4. Fair use. "Fairest of them all" and other fairy tales of fair use; A modest proposal to streamline fair use determinations; Pt. 5. Effect on other entitlements. Copyright ownership by the marital community: evaluating worth; The moral imperative against academic plagiarism (without a moral right against reverse passing off); Pt. 6. In the realm of no statute. The successive filtering method to determine substantial similarity of computer programs; Access denied; Coda: Promises! Promises!
Digital Copyright and the Consumer Revolution: Hands Off My iPod by
Call Number: KF3030.1 .R56 2007
The dead poets society: the copyright term and the public domain; Remote control: time-shifting and space-shifting; The privateers of the information age: copyright law and peer-to-peer networks; The grey album: copyright law, digital sampling, and mash-ups; Grand turismo in the high court: copyright law and technological protection measures; Agent Smith and the matrix: copyright law and intermediary liability; Google: search or destroy?; Remix culture: the creative commons and its discontents.
Electronic Media Law and Regulation by
Call Number: KF2805 .C74 2007
Introduction to the legal system; Interpreting the first amendment; The rationale of broadcast regulation; The rationale of cable and satellite (DSS) television regulation; The broadcast licensing and cable franchising process; Regulation of electronic media content; Regulation of commercial practices; Copyright, music rights, and trademark; Privacy and the electronic media; Defamation: libel and the media; Free press/fair trial: a conflict of rights; Communications regulation: new technologies and the Internet