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29 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/hascom29 and id is 1 raw text is: HASTINGS COMMUNICATIONS
AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW
JOURNAL
CoMM/ENT
Volume 29, Number 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
LOCKING DOWN THE LIBRARY: How COPYRIGHT,
CONTRACT, AND CYBERTRESPASS BLOCK INTERNET
ARCHIVING
by  Rebecca  Bolin  ................................................................... 1
Internet archiving has kept millions of websites from
disappearing completely. Yet this ambitious effort, the largest
archiving project in history, is neither legal nor comprehensive.
Archives are rampant copyright infringers with no recourse to
traditional library and affirmative defenses. Further, sophisticated
authors have started protecting their creations with restrictive
contracts, technical restrictions, and the shaky cybertrespass doctrine.
Our legal regime has strayed from the constitutional values
underlying copyright. Despite the social value in preserving cultural
expression, the law has evolved to encompass a de facto right to
withdraw and opt out of history itself.
A MINOR CONUNDRUM: CONTRACTING WITH MINORS IN
CANADA FOR FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCERS
by Bob Tarantino ............................................................ 45
Concerns surrounding the enforcement of a contract with
minors have plagued the entertainment industry, particularly in the
areas of film and television. Amidst a confusing hodgepodge of laws,
various North American jurisdictions have responded with a series of
judicial decisions and legislative initiatives. These changes have
increased marketplace certainty for the benefit of film producers and
the minors with which they do business. The Canadian province of

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