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Library of Congress Might Become a Piracy Hub, RIAA Warns - TorrentFreak [# ! Note...] - 1 views

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      # ! RIAAvsLibraries... # ! What's Next...? # ! :(
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    Ernesto on August 27, 2016 C: 78 News The U.S. Copyright Office is considering expanding the mandatory deposit requirement for publishers, so that record labels would also have to submit their online-only music to the Library of Congress. The Library would then allow the public to access the music. The RIAA, however, warns that this plan introduces some serious piracy concerns.
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Libraries - The Open Source Discovery Service - 0 views

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    "Libraries.io monitors 834,262 open source libraries across 29 different package managers. You can discover new libraries to use in your software projects as well as be notified of new releases to keep your applications secure and up to date. "
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    "Libraries.io monitors 834,262 open source libraries across 29 different package managers. You can discover new libraries to use in your software projects as well as be notified of new releases to keep your applications secure and up to date. "
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Seed Libraries Fight for the Right to Share - Shareable - 0 views

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    "Amid government crackdown, seed libraries expand biodiversity and food access. Photo: Betsy Goodman of the Common Soil Seed Library. Credit: Associated Press"
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The digital open source library of tomorrow Posted 20 Nov 2014 by Nicole C. Engard | ... - 0 views

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    "Phil Shapiro's vision for the libraries of tomorrow Phil Shapiro, one of my fellow Opensource.com Community Moderators, gave a talk at All Things Open 2014 about open source and libraries. This is a recap of that talk."
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    "Phil Shapiro, one of my fellow Opensource.com Community Moderators, gave a talk at All Things Open 2014 about open source and libraries. This is a recap of that talk."
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The Strongest Link: Libraries and Linked Data - 2 views

  • Abstract Since 1999 the W3C has been working on a set of Semantic Web standards that have the potential to revolutionize web search. Also known as Linked Data, the Machine-Readable Web, the Web of Data, or Web 3.0, the Semantic Web relies on highly structured metadata that allow computers to understand the relationships between objects. Semantic web standards are complex, and difficult to conceptualize, but they offer solutions to many of the issues that plague libraries, including precise web search, authority control, classification, data portability, and disambiguation. This article will outline some of the benefits that linked data could have for libraries, will discuss some of the non-technical obstacles that we face in moving forward, and will finally offer suggestions for practical ways in which libraries can participate in the development of the semantic web.
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    See also Wikipedia on Linked Data: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data
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