Further Reading


  • 17 USC 109
  • 17 USC 108
  • 17 USC 107
  • 17 USC 101


  • Capitol Records v. Redigi
  • Cambridge University Press v. Patton
  • Authors Guild v. Google, Inc.
  • Authors Guild v. HathiTrust


  • Michelle Wu, 2019: Shared Collection Development, Digitization, and Owned Digital Collections
  • Michelle Wu, 2019: Revisiting Controlled Digital Lending Post-ReDigi
  • Jonathan Band, 2015: The Impact of Specific Exceptions on Fair Use: An Update
  • Jonathan Band, 2011: The Impact of Substantial Compliance with Copyright Exceptions on Fair Use
  • Michelle Wu, 2016: Collaborative Academic Library Digital Collections Post-Cambridge University Press, HathiTrust and Google Decisions on Fair Use
  • Michelle Wu, 2017: Piece by Piece Review of Digitize-and-Lend Projects Through the Lens of Copyright and Fair Use
  • Jason Schultz and Aaron Perzanowski, 2010: Digital Exhaustion
  • Ariel Katz, 2016: Copyright, Exhaustion, and the Role of Libraries in the Ecosystem of Knowledge
  • David Hansen, 2016: Digitizing Orphan Works: Legal Strategies to Reduce Risks for Open Access to Copyrighted Orphan Works


  • Caralee Adams, Lila Bailey, and Chris Freeland, 2019: Transforming Our Libraries: 12 Stories About Controlled Digital Lending