fuzzy copyright

Advertising the University's new Copyright website. (copyright.umich.edu). Created by the University's "Intellectual Property Specialist". I covet his job.

  • swortman53 8y

    See the University of Michigan web site on copyright issues at www.copyright.umich.edu
  • Nancy Sims PRO 8y

    Uh, yeah. That same link I provided in the picture's caption, already?
  • Kristin Hokanson 7y

    great picture. Am using to in my slideshow for a podcasting workshop to reinforce the idea of the importance of understanding copyright & fair use . Are you familiar with Temple Media Education Lab's resources?
  • Nancy Sims PRO 7y

    I have heard of the Media Education Lab, but hadn't read through all their resources. This image on the postcard is not mine; it's the brainchild of the U-M copyright office referred to in the above comments. Glad you can make use of it, though!
  • Sean Yee 7y

    Thanks for making this photo CC licensed. I used it in a blog post about copyrighting music here: www.keyofgrey.com/?p=582

  • Leigh Blackall 6y

    would you mind adding a tag for this image "resistcopyright" so it appears in the feed for that tag? We are lobbying for images that relate to copyright problems to use this tag.
  • Nancy Sims PRO 6y

    Thanks, leighblackall, but the card did not originate with me, and is an advertisement for services of the University of Michigan Libraries' Copyright Office. They certainly educate people about copyright issues, but I'm not sure they would choose to tag themselves thusly.
  • mirth9.rm 1y

    Hi Nancy, I'd like to use this as an image for an educational event that is being organised in the UK. Copyseek2014. Thank you
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