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Opening up orphaned photography within archives

The intellectual property expert Naomi Korn and the National Science and Media Museum form part of a case study into the use of orphaned works, and how adopting a risk aware approach to the use of 'orphaned' images in the Daily Herald archive instead of the risk averse approach typically adopted. This opened up the opportunity to digitise some of the Daily Herald images. The piece appeared in Archive and Records Association's arc magazine.

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