Washington, D.C.: American Association of Museums, 1999. Softcover. VG- (tight copy, barely used, but former art museum reference copy with a few words/lines highlighted on approx. 30 pages; no library marks, but name of museum is written in ink inside front cover.). Yellow and blue wraps, 226 pp., no illus. "Designed to give museum professionals a clearer understanding of the complex intellectual property issues embedded in every aspect of museum practice. Intended as a guide to informed decision making, it outlines a legal framework for understanding copyright and trademark principles -- the two areas of greatest concern to museums -- and applies that framework through actual and hypothetical examples. The book responds to the museum community's expressed need for guidance in dealing with copyright and trademark, especially the complex choices that result from technology. Chapters on copyright, trademark, museums and the World Wide Web, licensing, and international issues provide useful, practice-oriented guidance." (back cover).
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