[Air-L] Permission to reproduce webpages?
u.reips at ikerbasque.org
Wed Sep 1 13:52:39 PDT 2010
simply ask the people who run the Website. Yes, indeed "obtain permission".
In my experience most are very positive about
getting featured in a scientific publication - I
even had some deliver high resolution images of
their site within hours. Another company featured
my related research in their inhouse newsletter.
At 10:22 Uhr -0500 1.9.2010, Andre Brock wrote:
>For the first time in, well, ever I've been
>asked by a journal to obtain permission from a
>website to reproduce a screenshot of a webpage.
>Not, to be clear, of an image on the page - but
>of the page itself. I've been offered the
>option of removing the image and replacing it
>with a URL, but from an archival standpoint
>that's problematic. Webpages with dynamic
>content change all the time, not to mention that
>authors sometimes change formats/platforms,
>modify pages, or remove content that was
>included in the original analysis.
>I don't want to miss the publishing deadline,
>but I need to know: "where dey do dat at?!?"
>(translation: since when did fair use guidelines
>get bent so badly in academic publishing?)
>Assistant Professor, SLIS/POROI
>University of Iowa
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