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Beyond Copyright
Information Today - Medford
Subjects: Western Europe; Communications & information management
Author: Charlton, John
Date: Nov 2015
Start Page: 9
Pages: 1
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Creators of a digital archive of Taliban-related documents are confident they will find a library to host it despite the British Library (BL) refusing to do so partly because the BL was afraid of breaching terrorism-related laws. The archive, the Taliban Sources Project, comprises a range of material dating from 1979 to 2001, including newspapers, poems, maps, and radio broadcasts. The library says there were copyright issues that would restrict access to the archive for researchers. In addition, it worried that some material in the archive might contravene the UK's 2006 Terrorism Act, which places specific responsibilities on anyone in the UK who might provide access to terrorist publications. The BL says it received legal advice on the issue and decided against taking the archive.

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