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Subject: Copyright/Attribution of Material
Question: Dear all,

My colleagues and I are hoping to conduct some research for
which we need to develop a corpus or research articles. The
articles in question need to be transferred into .txt format, and
hence we were wondering whether there would be any issues
related to copyright/attribution of the material (e.g., we would be
copying and pasting the articles into a .txt file for easier use in
corpus software).

The papers in question are available under a creative commons
license, and it is stated that it 'allows reuse subject only to the use
being non-commercial and to the article being fully attributed'.

If anyone can see any issues relating to this, we would very much
appreciate your feedback.

Best wishes,

Alex Marsden

Reply: I hate to say this but I would look for legal guidance.

One resource that could help is the DIgital Copyright Listserv.
http://www.umuc.edu/cip/listservs.cfm

Sorry I don't have better information.
Reply From: Elizabeth J Pyatt      click here to access email
 
Date: 08-Feb-2013
 
Other Replies:
  1. Re: Copyright/Attribution of Material    Herbert Frederic Stahlke     (08-Feb-2013)
  2. Re: Copyright/Attribution of Material    Geoffrey Richard Sampson     (09-Feb-2013)

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