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Information law : compliance for librarians, information professionals and knowledge managers

Author: Charles Oppenheim; Adrienne Muir; Naomi Korn
Publisher: London : Facet Publishing, 2020. ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Library staff, information managers, academics, learning technologists, researchers and other practitioners who collect, use, create, share or provide access to published and unpublished resources, such as content, data, databases, personal data and software, need to be aware of the legal and licensing issues that might arise from these activities. This fully up-to-date guide adopts a practical hands-on approach to  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Oppenheim; Adrienne Muir; Naomi Korn
ISBN: 1783303662 9781783303663 1783303670 9781783303670
OCLC Number: 1020285317
Description: xxi, 201 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: ContentsList of acronymsList of case studiesList of figures and tablesIntroduction1 Copyright and related rights Introduction What does copyright protect? Restricted acts Exceptions to copyright The new text and data mining exception Moral rights Database rights Performers' rights Some problems arising from copyright Orphan works Managing copyright2 Data protection Introduction Some details about the UK's data protection law Some definitions in UK data protection law The rights of data subjects Exemptions under the law Transfer of data out of the EEA 0 A reminder of the changes introduced by the GDPR Top tips Further reading 3 Freedom of information Introduction Some details of the UK law Exemptions to FoI The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) The overlap between FoI and data protection Top tips Further reading 4 Governance, audits and risk assessment Introduction Information governance frameworks Roles in information governance Governance committees or boards Senior Responsible Officer Compliance officers Audits Forward planning Top tips 5 Policies Introduction What should the policy contain? How does one ensure the policies work? Information policy examples Checklist for an information law policy6 Procedures: copyright and related rights Introduction Intellectual property rights Library, information and knowledge services and intellectual property rights Orphan works Rights management means risk management Acceptable use policies and procedures Notice and take-down procedures Performances in libraries Top tips 7 Procedures: using and negotiating licences for access to information resources Introduction The electronic information industry The licences you will encounter What's in a typical licence? Top tips when negotiating licences presented to you by third parties Further reading 8 Procedures: data protection and freedom of information Introduction Practical implementation of the law for library, information and knowledge workers Data protection officers (DPOs) Documenting processing activities Data breaches Data protection impact assessments Responding to requests and complaints Freedom of information Publication schemes Recognising and responding to FoI requests Codes of practice Top tips9 Tools and templates Introduction Copyright and licensing agreements Copyright compliance and risk management Copyright, licensing and library management systems Digital asset management systems Privacy By design Data protection compliance assessment Information audits and documentation Privacy notices Privacy impact assessments Reporting personal data breaches Freedom of information publication schemes Dealing with freedom of information requests Top tips10 Awareness and engagement Introduction Benefits of engaging with information law issues Training Role of games Train the trainer Training needs analysis Developing a long-lasting and integrated approach to information law awareness and engagement Top tips11 Some speculations about the future Appendix 1 Carrying out an information asset audit Appendix 2 Sample IP policy Appendix 3 Sample data protection policy Appendix 4 Possible contractual terms for online access to database serviceAppendix 5 Data protection privacy notice templateBibliographyIndex
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This fully up-to-date guide adopts a practical hands-on approach to information law, which is viewed from both an operational and strategic perspective.  Read more...


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