March 26, 2007

C-SPAN Reduces Copyright Restrictions (for benefit of bloggers)

Confessions of a Mad Librarian notes that C-SPAN has reduced its own restrictions on copyright. The new policy reduces restrictions on its coverage of federal activities, so bloggers and other sites can use the material "to increase the political dialogue".

Blogs are starting to change the information and copyright landscapes for future users. I think Web 2.0 will have lasting ramifications on copyright.

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