CONFU

AcronymDefinition
CONFUConference on Fair Use
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Impact of Copyright Law on distance education programs: How fair use and the CONFU Guidelines may shape the future of academia.
Conflit d'interets: Tell Them From Me est un outil d'evaluation confu pour repondre aux besoins courants des enseignants, des directeurs d'ecoles et des administrateurs de districts scolaires.
LEHMAN, THE CONFERENCE ON FAIR USE: FINAL REPORT TO THE COMMISSIONER ON THE CONCLUSION OF THE CONFERENCE ON FAIR USE (1998) [hereinafter CONFU FINAL REPORT].
L'auteure est prudente par sa volonte de ne pas eclipser los createurs, qui ne sont que parfois les proprietaires de leurs oeuvres et dont le traitement est devenu plus confus apres CCH.
27--7 nights: Kusadasi, Santorini, Gythion, Confu, Venice (end).
Robert Thornburg, The Impact of Copyright Law on Distance Education Programs: How Fair Use and the CONFU Guidelines May Shape the Future of Academia, 27 S.
Hence, the "Fair Use Guidelines," elaborated during the Conference on Fair Use (CONFU, 1996), were conceived as exemption to copyright law, in allowing the use of things such as research and education without asking the auhtor's permission.
In October 1996 The Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights in the Electronic Environment under the Clinton Administration proposed guidelines under CONFU, The Conference on Fair Use.
The confu sion created by the irreconcilable cost figures eventually led to the demise of the PUG system by January 2000.
For additional information on copyright and fair use regarding libraries, see the Copyright & Fair Use page from Stanford University Libraries at http://fairuse.stanford.edu/library and ALA's Conference on Fair Use Joint Statement Released May 1998, also known as "CONFU," at http://www.ada.org/washoff/confu.html.
But while, in a general sense, Dostoevsky is also making us share his narrator's disorientation, we are not sharing his specific confu sion.