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Friday 24 August 2012

Systematic single copying

The process of a number of people making (or procuring the making of, for example by a librarian) single copies of something for their own use, usually under the encouragement or perhaps even direction of another (in the classic situation, a tutor). When carried out systematically in this way, making single copies is indistinguishable from the point of view of the victim (the copyright owner) from the making of multiple copies for distribution to the members of the group, so should arguably be treated in the same way for copyright purposes.

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