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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

...f work and type of use involved. Several others were in favor of a “formal” approach, whereby the copyright owner is required to maintain his contact information in a centralized location, and a user need only search those centralized locations to perform a reasonable search. That approach was offered as being more certain than the “ad hoc” approach....

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

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