What Happens When Netflix Is Dead?

Join us to discuss the legal future of our cultural heritage. This presentation by Kyle K. Courtney (Harvard University) and Will Cross (NC State University) will address how copyright law and the licensing systems that have now become so prevalent for consumer-licensed content--such as through Netflix, Hulu, and iTunes--are jeopardizing the ability of libraries and archives to preserve those works and make them available to researchers in the future. Those services almost always come with significant strings attached, through their terms of service, that disallow basic research and teaching uses such as classroom performances, creation of preservation copies, and library access for private study and research. The session will cover efforts to untangle these knotty copyright and licensing hurdles, including through the powerful rights provided to libraries and researchers through "fair use."

Light snacks and drinks provided.

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Event Speaker: 
Kyle K. Courtney (Harvard) and Will Cross (NC State)
Event Date: 
Monday, February 24, 2020 - 12:00 to 13:00
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Event Location: 
Rubenstein Library Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room 153
Event Contact ID: 
26779
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