2013 Digital Piracy Review and Discussion

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Is digital piracy a real issue for university press books? If so, in what ways, and what can we do about it? This panel will bring together researchers and rights administrators to survey the scope of the challenge and consider approaches in dealing with it—both day-to-day and at the policy level.

Chair: Claire Lewis Evans, Editor for Digital and Electronic Publishing, University of Alabama Press

Panelists: Lydia Crowe, Rights & Permissions Manager, University of Iowa Press

Brian O'Leary, Principal, Magellan Media Consulting

Michael Schwartz, Contracts, Copyright, & Permissions Supervisor, Princeton University Press

Please feel free to add notes or responses to the session in this section. You can also post presentation files. Find out how.

"A Field Guide to Internet Piracy", Lydia Crowe

"WhoIs" Searches and IP Tracing and Required Elements of a DMCA Notice handouts, Lydia Crowe

"The Pirate Hunter: One University Press's Evolving Experience with Piracy, Search, and Takedown", Mike Schwartz

"Thinking About Piracy", Brian O'Leary


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