June 16, 2021

Journal Article: “Revisiting Controlled Digital Lending Post-Redigi”

The following article was published today by First Monday.

Title

Revisiting Controlled Digital Lending Post-Redigi

Author

Michelle Wu
Georgetown University Law Library

Source

First Monday
Volume. 24, Number 5 – 6  (May 2019)
DOI: 10.5210/fm.v24i5.9644

Abstract

This paper looks at the recent Redigi court decision and discusses its impact on controlled digital lending programs (CDL) by libraries. As there are notable differences in facts between Redigi and CDL programs, the decision should have minimal impact on the framework designed to digitize and lend library materials within the United States.

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See Also: The Implications of the ReDigi Decision for Libraries (by Jonathan Band, via ARL Policy Notes)

See Also: Jonathan Band Discusses Controlled Digital Lending in New IFLA Interview (Jan. 2019)

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