U.S. Copyright Policy for the 21st Century
Chapter 9: Administering the copyright law
What was once referred to as a sleepy backwater agency has grown into a central player in copyright policy conversations. Still, the Office is severely under resourced, and despite it being the guardian of the national copyright ownership database - copyright’s registry of deeds - its information technology platform is severely outdated. Despite the widely divergent viewpoints about the ideal outcome of the copyright review, virtually all stakeholders agree that the Copyright Office would benefit from some attention.
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