Home 9 In the Spotlight 9 A First Look at Copyright Claims Board (CCB) Filings – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 7/19/22

A First Look at Copyright Claims Board (CCB) Filings – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 7/19/22

by | Jul 18, 2022 | 0 comments

#


Eric Goldman of the Technology & Marketing Law Blog reports that “Today marks the 1-month anniversary of the Copyright Claims Board, so I thought it’s a good opportunity to take a very quick snapshot of the filings we’ve seen so far. My dataset.
Number of Filings. The CCB has received 58 filings so far. That projects a total of approximately 700 filings annually. 10 claims have not been publicly posted to the website yet (including some of the earlier filings–what’s the holdup?). All further stats relate to the 48 claims I could review…”


MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES

CONFERENCES, MEETINGS & WEBINARS

Building Support for Non-Traditional Scholarly Outputs – NISO Monthly webinar — free for NISO members
Wednesday, August 17, 11.00am – 12.30pm Eastern Daylight Time (US/Canada)
Following on from the previous webinar, this event will expand the discussion into the realm of non-traditional outputs. Video, audio, and data visualization are already increasingly common output formats, and those working in the arts and practice-based research require support for a host of other outputs, including images, performances, and more. What does this all mean for our research infrastructure? For editorial or content management systems? For discovery tools? For content platforms? We’re assembling a group of expert speakers (details to follow) for a round table discussion on this important and challenging topic.
Register here (includes unlimited attendees from your organization) 

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

LATEST NEWS

ATG Job Bank for 11/27/22

NORTH Assistant/Associate Librarian, UMass Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA Visual and Performing Arts Librarian (Assistant Professor or Instructor - Queens College - Flushing, NY Discovery & eResources Management Librarian -University of Massachusetts - Amherst -...

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST

Share This