The Pirate Publisher—from Puck, 1886, satirizes the then-existing situation where a publisher could profit by simply stealing newly published works from one country, and publishing them in another.
Welcome to an overview of US Copyright Law.
The information provided here is not legal advice. For any situation that causes doubt, legal counsel should be consulted.
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Identifying and Locating Copyright Owners
Open Access (OA) and Educational Resources (OER)
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