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A New World For Selfies

PETA launches yet another lawsuit claiming monkeys have a right to their own image. Copyright "law" in action.
When I first saw this picture, I couldn’t resist reading further.  What a face! How precious! I then got deeper into the story and the copyright issues involved, and the story bec… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/11/new-world-selfies/

This Day in History- The Federal Reserve Act

This act created the Federal Reserve with twelve private regional banks, and gave the system the ability to issue Federal Reserve notes. The responsibilities of the Federal Reserve have since been expanded to dramatically impact American economics.
  Woodrow Wilson must have had the phrase “money makes the world go around” in mind when he signed the Federal Reserve Act on December 23rd, 1913. This act created the Fede… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/12/day-history-federal-reserve-act/

You Really (really) Need to Read This

Few things are more annoying than having to read 4 point type fine print in a contract knowing full well that if you don't read the fine print, you're gonna get stung somewhere down the line. You just know it!
More and more, these days, is the instance where someone will come into the library asking for a book that talks about how to get out of a contract for the sale of a car or a boat… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/09/read-it/

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A New World For Selfies

PETA launches yet another lawsuit claiming monkeys have a right to their own image. Copyright "law" in action.
When I first saw this picture, I couldn’t resist reading further.  What a face! How precious! I then got deeper into the story and the copyright issues involved, and the story bec… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2015/11/new-world-selfies/

This Day in History- The Federal Reserve Act

This act created the Federal Reserve with twelve private regional banks, and gave the system the ability to issue Federal Reserve notes. The responsibilities of the Federal Reserve have since been expanded to dramatically impact American economics.
  Woodrow Wilson must have had the phrase “money makes the world go around” in mind when he signed the Federal Reserve Act on December 23rd, 1913. This act created the Fede… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/12/day-history-federal-reserve-act/

You Really (really) Need to Read This

Few things are more annoying than having to read 4 point type fine print in a contract knowing full well that if you don't read the fine print, you're gonna get stung somewhere down the line. You just know it!
More and more, these days, is the instance where someone will come into the library asking for a book that talks about how to get out of a contract for the sale of a car or a boat… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2014/09/read-it/