It seems that organizations and associations are producing more newsletters and magazines than ever, at least in an electronic format. Certainly, there are some differences between publishing in print and publishing electronically—including the costs to print on paper and to distribute a printed publication. When it comes to copyright, however, many of the same rules apply no matter what the format, and publishers and editors need to understand how these rules apply to them. As ignorance of the law is no excuse, the issues discussed should be on the radar screen of every publisher and editor of a newsletter or magazine.
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