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Published on Jun 25, 2014
Unlike federal government documents, which are almost universally in the public domain for the purposes of U.S. copyright, state government documents receive copyright protection by default. Despite this current default, many state agencies view their documents as being in the public domain. The consequences of the divide between the legal default and the perception of state agencies is a significant impediment to institutions seeking to digitize historic state publications, capture and archive born-digital publications, and freely disseminate these materials to the public via library catalogs or digital repositories.