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How do I know when I can legally download or copy an image from the Web? If I have the right to copy an image from a print publication, do I also have the right to put it on my Web page? But I'm a librarian, what can they do to me? Find the answers to these and many more questions in this helpful, easy to understand guide. Learn what you should - and need - to know about copyright law, and how it applies to online information and specifically to libraries, including fair use and other pockets of protection, liability for Web content, interlibrary loan and resource sharing, downloading and printing rights, hyperlinks, public display and performance of audio/video Internet. A look at recent legislation is included, along with a discussion of the increasingly important issue of trademark law and the use of words and symbols as logos, links, and in metatags on Web sites.