A New Twist -- Securing Authors' Rights When Negotiating Content Licenses: An interview with Julia Blixrud, ARL and Ivy Anderson, University of California
Open Access Scholarship, Part II: An Interview with Richard A. Danner
Open Access to Scholarship, Part I: A Conversation with Michelle Pearse
Rising Into the Public Domain: The Copyright Review Management System (CRMS) at the University of Michigan
The 2010 DVD Exemption to the DMCA: An Interview with Abigail De Kosnik, Gary Handman and Mark Kaiser
An Insider's View of the WIPO: Interview with Janice T. Pilch, UIUC
Can My Library Scan and Post Unpublished Photographs from its Local History Files? - An interview with Ricky Erway and Merrilee Proffitt
Copyright For Librarians: Already a Success - An interview with Dr. Melanie Dulong de Rosnay
UCLA Takes Step Forward in Enunciating Educational Principles for Streaming Video - An interview with Christine Borgman and Amy Blum
Stanford revises Google Books agreement - An interview with Mimi Calter
Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States - 2010 Update - An interview with Peter Hirtle.
Stanford Dissertations Moving from ProQuest to Google - An interview with Mimi Calter
Copyright and Cultural Institutions - An interview with Peter B. Hirtle.
Using Magazine Cover Images in Book about Monster Art—an Important Fair Use Ruling - An interview with M. Kelly Tillery, Pepper Hamilton LLP.
Google Book Search Settlement: A Publisher's Viewpoint - with Tim Barton and Barbara Cohen, Oxford University Press, Inc.
Orphan Works: Statement of Best Practices - A Quick Interview with Heather Briston
Google Book Search Settlement Agreement - A Perspective from Stanford University Libraries - by Mimi Calter, Stanford University Libraries.
The Determinator: Behind the Scenes at the Stanford Copyright Renewal Database An Interview with Mimi Calter, Stanford University Libraries.
Digital Access to Archival Works: Could 108(b) Be the Solution? By Peter B. Hirtle, M.A., M.L.S.
Point/Counterpoint on the DMCA and CTEA session hosted by the Art Libraries Society of North America
Solving the P2P "Problem" - An Innovative Marketplace Solution by Rob Kasunic.
Digital Preservation and Copyright By Peter B. Hirtle, M.A., M.L.S.
I May Not Be Totally Perfect But Parts of Me Are Excellent: Copyright Protection for Short Phrases By Richard Stim, J.D.
How I Learned to Love FAIR USE - or how to bring a $300,000 lawsuit down to $0 if you're a library, archive, or nonprofit educational institution By Mary Minow, J.D., A.M.L.S.