Copyright Office to Hold Public Meetings Regarding Orphan Works

Author: Margaret A. Esquenet

On March 10 and 11, 2014, the Copyright Office will host public discussions regarding potential legislation related to orphan works and mass digitization of books. The meetings will allow the public to consider and address new legal developments related to the treatment of and access to orphan works and the impact of mass digitization on the orphan works problem. For registration information, see

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