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New paper addresses orphan works problem
Three professor at UC Berkeley have just published
Orphan Works and the Search for Rightsholders: Who Participates in a 'Diligent Search' under Present and Proposed Regimes?
David R. Hansen, Gwen Hinze and Jennifer M. Urban explore different approaches to the process of conducting a defensible search for copyright holders.
This article comes just in time for the close of the U.S. Copyright Office's call for comments on the orphan works problem. All comments must be submitted by today, Feb. 4 , 2013. The Copyright Committee worked with AALL's Government Relations Office (GRO), and with members of AALL, SLA and MLA to draft comments in support of an acceptable legislative orphan works solution. Our thanks go to
(Copyright Committee) and
(GRO), who were instrumental in this work. A link to the submitted comments is
Ms. Tracy L. Thompson-Przylucki
Mon, Feb 04, 2013 11:01 AM
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