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Rights statements are standardized statements that quickly and succinctly provide information to users about the copyright status of items.
Rights Statements for New York Heritage - txt file
Rights Statements in txt format
To work correctly with the CONTENTdm software, rights statements need to be in txt format. Because of the url, they do not work as a controlled vocabulary. The easiest way to include rights statements in their exact format is to copy and paste them from this txt document.
Additional Information About Rights Statements
Guide to Implementing Rights Statements from RightsStatements.org
Guide created by the Society of American Archivists' Intellectual Property Working Group. Considered to be an authoritative guide for applying rights statements in the United States.
Resources to support the implementation of rightsstatements.org and Creative Comments statements at libraries, archives, museums and cultural institutions in the United States. The portal is a project of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), but the resources are useful for all digitization projects, whether or not they are being submitted to DPLA.
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