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Re: EPC-L: IUCr journal articles where copyright is not transferred??
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- Subject: Re: EPC-L: IUCr journal articles where copyright is not transferred??
- From: Pete Strickland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 06:33:20 +0000
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Dear Laclan I am out of the office today, but will reply in detail on these points on Thursday. There is a licence available for transfer of rights in such cases. Best wishes Peter On Tuesday 20 November 2007 23:57, Lachlan Cranswick wrote: > > Hi All, > > This might be an inappropriate forum(?) but the following also includes > electronic reproducion, and future styles of publishing, whatever they might > be. > > Currently the IUCr allows Crown-copyright to be maintained for a journal > article submitted by a government employee (have used it myself as a > Canadian government employee). But there seems to be no signed transfer > of rights to the IUCr as occurs with the standard IUCr copyright signover. > > So the IUCr is guaranteed all the required reproduction rights for these > articles (including electronic reproduction in current and "future forms") > does there need to be a similar sign-over document for government employees > to sign over these reproduction rights, while technicially the author's > employer (the government) still has the copyright)? > > ---------- > > Should (can?) the IUCr also be requesting/specifying exclusive reproduction > rights for the articles? Even though the copyright is not being transferred. > > --------- > > Currently, there is also no copyright statement reproduced on these > types of articles in the IUCr journals. Does there need to be a copyright > statement to the effect (or some such legally kosher text): > > "Copyright 'required text here', with reproduction rights assigned to > the IUCr." ??? > > Lachlan > > > ----------------------- > Lachlan M. D. Cranswick > Contact outside working hours / > Coordonnees en dehors des heures de travail: > NEW E-mail / courriel: lc *at* bluehaze.com.au > Home Tel: (613) 584-4226 ; Cell/mobile: (613) 401-6254 > WWW: http://lachlan.bluehaze.com.au/ > P.O. Box 2057, Deep River, Ontario, Canada, K0J 1P0 > > (please use clear titles in any Email - otherwise messages might > accidentally get put in the SPAM list due to large amount of junk > Email being received. If you don't get an expected reply to any > messages, please try again.) > > (Essayez d'utiliser des titres explicites - sans quoi vos messages > pourraient aboutir dans un dossier de rebuts, du fait de la quantite > tres importante de pourriels recue. Si vous n'obtenez pas la reponse > attendue, merci de bien vouloir renvoyer un message.) > _______________________________________________ > Epc mailing list > Epc@iucr.org > http://scripts.iucr.org/mailman/listinfo/epc > -- Best wishes Peter Strickland Peter Strickland Managing Editor IUCr Journals ______________________________________________________________________ IUCr Editorial Office, 5 Abbey Square, Chester CH1 2HU, England Phone: 44 1244 342878 Fax: 44 1244 314888 Email: email@example.com Ftp: ftp.iucr.org WWW: http://journals.iucr.org/ _______________________________________________ Epc mailing list Epc@iucr.org http://scripts.iucr.org/mailman/listinfo/epc
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