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Intellectual Property and Online Content   Tags: blogs, intellectual property, internet, internet law, memes, online content, social media, user-agreements  

This LibGuide serves as an introduction to the complicated world of intellectual property and online content.
Last Updated: Jul 28, 2017 URL: http://libguides.nccuslis.org/ipandmemes Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Introduction

Although it may seem like the Wild West, not even the internet can escape the laws concerning intellectual property. Memes, hashtags, and even content you upload to social networks are under obligation to intellectual property laws. But, how does this affect you as a general internet user? This LibGuide seeks to explore online content as it relates to copyright, trademarks, patents, and (ultimately) you by discussing notable internet-based IP news and reviewing materials in case you would like to research the topic further. 

 

Who Owns Your Online Content? | Miloš Novović | TEDxOslo

Ever wonder what is in those pages long user agreements you click past to get to the real content? It's lawyer Miloš Novović job to read those. He discusses what these agreements mean for intellectual property and internet privacy in this video. 

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