Frederic Haber from Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., presents the findings of the 2016 Information Seeking, Consumption and Use Report – North America and Europe and the implications on copyright law.
Content sharing is commonplace in today’s workplace. From streamlined collaboration to effective R&D, it plays a crucial role in ensuring businesses work strategically and cohesively. However, while content sharing among professionals is increasing, the same cannot be said for their awareness of copyright law.
This disparity presents a challenge – one that is explored in the 2016 Information Seeking, Consumption and Use Report – North America and Europe1.
What does the report cover?
The report by Outsell, Inc. was commissioned and published by Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) and its subsidiary RightsDirect. Surveying more than 900
business professionals, the report highlights several key trends in content sharing – looking in detail at how we access and share information within our organizations.