The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @lquilter ever

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@ehasbrouck didnt mean to imply that it was. just that attribution right would be good for creators, & that was one of few times raised.

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Ivy Anderson @ CDL: Less fear-mongering on hacking would be good; we have a thriving market despite its existence. (me: yes!)

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@ehasbrouck yes, & really difficult to tell if authors are in fact gaining commercially from tipjars, ad-page revenues, licensing deals.

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very interesting discussions on commerciality / commercial availability for preservation.

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Howard Besser: HathiTrust is exactly an example of national coordination for preservation. Unsaid: … and Authors Guild sued them.

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Howard Besser: Doing digital preservation for 20 years. Nobody does it lightly. Digital preservation != “digital risk” for fun.

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Howard Besser: 1980s videotapes commercially distributed - 10% are now out of print & completely unavailable.

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Howard Besser: “on premises” is 20th century idea. pubrs go with user-community for high-value info; why premises for other content.

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@SUCopyright bodes ill for me trudging around with my suitcases on the streets of NYC …

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Rasenberger generously conceding that films in Culpepper should be preserved. Perhaps even digitally!

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Yes, rightsholder interests are not monolithic. And yes, metadata (and SEARCH) are important.

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Yes. Rightsholder communities are not monolithic.

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thank you crews & maher: CCC, Authors Guild, etc., represent individual sets of (c) holders. Libraries have to deal with ALL works.

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Crews: part of the problem is the automatic no-formalities copyright.

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@ARLpolicy so obviously true, because in those countries w/out libraries books sell so much better!

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Very little discussion today of the non-commercially copyrighted works that are the vast, vast majority of today’s copyrighted works

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ARLpolicy Rasenberger, standing in for AAP’s Allen Adler, was on the brief for Authors Guild amicus against . Authored report.

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librarybell Crews: lawyers are your friend. Me: agreed, but publishers are not my fav today

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Copycense Aside: What @copyrightclear almost never says when it gives the “Congress” spiel is that its origin is connected with AAP

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@ARLpolicy It’s like they want to push 107 and 108 to the farthest boundaries!

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Kaufman claims “broker” role b/w libraries & rightsholders. me: But acts more like an agent of rightsholders.

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@ehasbrouck Are they supernatural? A lot of scholarship & writer how-to books pretty widely available. So why/how unknown/non-obvious?

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Do they really not get preservation? Redundancy is a tenet of preservation.

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Harbeson: Let libraries do the preservation. Preserve everything with abandon. Legislate access.

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