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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...A Report of the Register of Copyrights · January 2006 Report on Orphan Works w Library of Congress U. S. Copyright Office ... ... Report on Orphan Works A Report of the Register of Copyrights · January 2006 w The Register of Copyrights of the United States of America United... ...endence Avenue SE • Washington, DC 20559-6000 • (202) 707-8350 January 23, 2006 Dear Chairman Hatch and Senator Leahy: Thank you for your request of t... ...er cannot be located. I am pleased to present our "Report on Orphan Works" in response to your request. The response from the public to this study was... ...t the use of orphan works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants... ...gton, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtful and productive discussion of the many complex issues involved... ... Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Smithsonian Institution); • music publishers (e.g., The Harry Fox Agency); • recording artists and mu... ...gency); • recording artists and musicians (e.g., American Federation of Musicians (“AFM”), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (“A... ...merican Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (“ASCAP”), Broadcast Music, Inc. (“BMI”), Creative Commons, Copyright Clearance Center (“CCC”)...

...m used to describe the situation where the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Even where the user has made a reasonably diligent effort to find the owner, if the owner is not found, the user faces uncertainty – she cannot determine whether or...

...Many commenters were in favor of determining whether a search was reasonable on an “ad hoc” or case-by-case basis, whereby each search is evaluated according to its circumstances. This approach was offered as having the advantage of flexibility t...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...A Report of the Register of Copyrights · January 2006 Report on Orphan Works w Library of Congress U. S. Copyright Office ... ... Report on Orphan Works A Report of the Register of Copyrights · January 2006 w The Register of Copyrights of the United States of America United... ...endence Avenue SE • Washington, DC 20559-6000 • (202) 707-8350 January 23, 2006 Dear Chairman Hatch and Senator Leahy: Thank you for your request of t... ...er cannot be located. I am pleased to present our "Report on Orphan Works" in response to your request. The response from the public to this study was... ...t the use of orphan works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants... ...gton, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtful and productive discussion of the many complex issues involved... ... Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Smithsonian Institution); • music publishers (e.g., The Harry Fox Agency); • recording artists and mu... ...gency); • recording artists and musicians (e.g., American Federation of Musicians (“AFM”), American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (“A... ...merican Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (“ASCAP”), Broadcast Music, Inc. (“BMI”), Creative Commons, Copyright Clearance Center (“CCC”)...

...used to describe the situation where the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be identified and located by someone who wishes to make use of the work in a manner that requires permission of the copyright owner. Even where the user has made a reasonably diligent effort to find the owner, if the owner is not found, the user faces uncertainty – she cannot determine whether...

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