Electronic reprints of freelance works: New York times v. Tasini

@article{Freeman2001ElectronicRO,
  title={Electronic reprints of freelance works: New York times v. Tasini},
  author={Edward H. Freeman},
  journal={Publishing Research Quarterly},
  year={2001},
  volume={17},
  pages={50-55}
}
ConclusionFreelancers provide unique resources for publishers. Because of their special expertise, unique viewpoints, and even geographical location, they provide publishers with customized materials in disciplines and locations where the expense of full-time writers would not be justifiable. They will continue to be an important factor in the publishing industry.Publishers will continue to write contracts that allow them to republish articles in all known and future formats. Problems still… Expand
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