Copyright and Post-disaster Archiving (2019)
In this workshop session Paul Millar delivers a presentation, jointly prepared with Dr Chris Thomson, which discusses the experience of the CEISMIC project in dealing with copyright issues. He outlines the relevant law as it stands and is applied in New Zealand, and discusses some of the unique situations the project encountered as the team tried to ensure openness, inclusivity and rigour within a copyright compliant framework during a period of trauma and transition.
CitationMillar P, Thomson C (2019). Copyright and Post-disaster Archiving. Utrecht, Netherlands: DH2019 Digital Humanities Conference. 08/07/2019-12/07/2019.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research43 - History, heritage and archaeology::4302 - Heritage, archive and museum studies::430204 - Digital heritage
48 - Law and legal studies::4806 - Private law and civil obligations::480603 - Intellectual property law
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