"Amazon designed the site to enable teachers to post and freely share lesson plans, quizzes and curriculums of their own design, as well as open educational resources created by others. Mr. Agarwal said that users were not supposed to upload copyrighted materials and that the site had a process in place to quickly take down items that were the subjects of such complaints. But it may be more difficult than Amazon executives realized for the site’s users to distinguish between open educational resources and copyrighted works. “Even with all the safeguards in place, you have the ability to have someone upload a resource that violates a copyright,” Mr. Agarwal conceded."
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Amazon Inspire Removes Some Content Over Copyright Issues; New York Times, 6/29/16
Natasha Singer, New York Times; Amazon Inspire Removes Some Content Over Copyright Issues: