Copyright Clearance Center Adds Elsevier to Digital Licensing Offerings

Feb 24, 2004


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Copyright Clearance Center, a copyright licensing and compliance company for the information content industry, has announced that Elsevier, a science, technology, and medical publisher, has included its works for licensing within Copyright Clearance Center's digital repertory. This new agreement gives Copyright Clearance Center's corporate digital repertory customers permission to distribute internally in digital formats content from over 37,000 Elsevier titles. Knowledge workers, researchers and other content users increasingly use copyrighted material in digital formats. Copyright Clearance Center's digital licensing services are designed to help copyright holders capitalize on this growing preference for reusing and sharing information in digital formats, while protecting their intellectual property assets. Other publishers recently joining Copyright Clearance Center's digital repertory include Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, an international publisher of professional and medical information, and CCH Inc., a provider of information services for tax, accounting, legal, and business professionals.

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