title: The Day The Internet Threw A Righteous Hissyfit About Copyright And Pie : Monkey See : NPR
description: The most important take away from this situation is not the arrogance of the editor’s response, but the ignorance of the laws governing the content that is available online. Below are some links to copyright information that may be helpful in learning about copyright law. The ipl2 provides these links to our readers as an informational service that should not be taken as legal advice. When in doubt, consult an attorney who would be able to advise on copyright law.
title: Copyright Information Center
description: From the website: “This site offers information on copyright policy, copyright clearance services, and copyright training and tutorials.” It has a list of Frequently Asked Questions that covers such issues as “How do I find out if a work is in the public domain?” and “We’re an educational institution, so aren’t all uses fair use?”
title: Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center
description: Includes information on the public domain, fair use, website permissions, academic and educational permissions, releases, and copyright research.
title: Creative Commons - Choose a License
description: This site explains how to keep your copyright while allowing people to distribute it with attribution.