The Right to Preserve: The Rights Issues of Digital Preservation (10 Mar 2004)
The Copyright and Licensing for Digital Preservation (CLDP) project has gone some way towards clarifying what the rights issues of digital preservation are likely to be and has recommended ways in which these issues can be resolved. However, it is clear that many additional issues still need to be clarified and resolved if we are to be able to preserve digital publications adequately. Stakeholders in each country need to decide who will be taking responsibility for preservation, then to define and solve the rights issues for that particular group. Discussion between the various stakeholders will be necessary for this to happen.
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