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Uncertainties surrounding the copyright status of complex multimedia cultural forms often constrain online public access to cultural works with great educational and research value, restricting the development of Canadian culture online. The researchers provide open source digital archiving tools to Canadian memory institutions and cultural organizations to manage and identify rights in digitized cultural resources. This will help shape public policy on digital archiving, providing memory institutions and cultural organizations with new strategies for avoiding difficult and time-consuming clearances and uncertainties about fair dealing while enhancing metadata on Canadian cultural history.

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