- January 6, 2005 @ 4:41pmthom says:Having read though Section 108 of the copyright law and read a few
books that cover this section, it is not clear me if 108 allows the making of a copy of an entire copyrighted book to add to the collection if it is not
in print or otherwise available for purchase. This is not a replacement copy but a copy new to the collection. 108 says that you can make a copy of the entire work for a patron (with some provisos) but it doesn't talk about making a copy for the library. Any thoughts on this?
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