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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...ngton, DC 20559-6000 • (202) 707-8350 January 23, 2006 Dear Chairman Hatch and Senator Leahy: Thank you for your request of the Copyright Office to st... ...works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtf... ... California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtful and productive discussion of the many complex issues involved in this matte... ...nt of Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights); see also Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom T... ...nts. The Office received an overwhelming response (by comparison to past studies), receiving 721 initial comments, and 146 reply comments. 19 Vir... ...entify and locate a copyright owner in the course of publishing scholarly studies of art history and art education. 26 Additionally, the submissio... ...se deliberations will inform the consideration of legitimate orphan works studies by other countries. 3. Applying the Recommendation to Orphan Work ... ...76, 80 (1997). 2 H.R. Rep. No. 94–1476, at 134 (1976). 3 Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom ... ... Gregory Mullins Peter Adams June Goulding John Paul Young Jackie Urbanovic Gretel Parker Nadiah Beekun Noah Lee Gauthier Suzanne Wis...

...This Report addresses the issue of “orphan works,” a term 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, th...

...rcumstances. This approach was offered as having the advantage of flexibility to cover the wide variety of situations that depend on the type of 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 centraliz...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

...ngton, DC 20559-6000 • (202) 707-8350 January 23, 2006 Dear Chairman Hatch and Senator Leahy: Thank you for your request of the Copyright Office to st... ...works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtf... ... California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtful and productive discussion of the many complex issues involved in this matte... ...nt of Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights); see also Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom T... ...nts. The Office received an overwhelming response (by comparison to past studies), receiving 721 initial comments, and 146 reply comments. 19 Vir... ...entify and locate a copyright owner in the course of publishing scholarly studies of art history and art education. 26 Additionally, the submissio... ...se deliberations will inform the consideration of legitimate orphan works studies by other countries. 3. Applying the Recommendation to Orphan Work ... ...76, 80 (1997). 2 H.R. Rep. No. 94–1476, at 134 (1976). 3 Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom ... ... Gregory Mullins Peter Adams June Goulding John Paul Young Jackie Urbanovic Gretel Parker Nadiah Beekun Noah Lee Gauthier Suzanne Wis...

...This Report addresses the issue of “orphan works,” a term 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, th...

...t for a user to qualify for the orphan works limitations on remedies: throughout the use of the work, the user must provide attribution to the author and copyright owner of the work if such attribution is possible and as is reasonably appropriate under the circumstances. The idea is that the user, in the course of using a work for which he has not received explicit permiss...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

...ngton, DC 20559-6000 • (202) 707-8350 January 23, 2006 Dear Chairman Hatch and Senator Leahy: Thank you for your request of the Copyright Office to st... ...works. As you know, the roundtable discussions we held in Washington, D.C. and California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtf... ... California were well-attended, and the participants engaged in thoughtful and productive discussion of the many complex issues involved in this matte... ...nt of Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights); see also Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom T... ...nts. The Office received an overwhelming response (by comparison to past studies), receiving 721 initial comments, and 146 reply comments. 19 Vir... ...entify and locate a copyright owner in the course of publishing scholarly studies of art history and art education. 26 Additionally, the submissio... ...se deliberations will inform the consideration of legitimate orphan works studies by other countries. 3. Applying the Recommendation to Orphan Work ... ...76, 80 (1997). 2 H.R. Rep. No. 94–1476, at 134 (1976). 3 Letter from Larry Urbanski, Chairman, American Film Heritage Association, to Senator Strom ... ... Gregory Mullins Peter Adams June Goulding John Paul Young Jackie Urbanovic Gretel Parker Nadiah Beekun Noah Lee Gauthier Suzanne Wis...

...This Report addresses the issue of “orphan works,” a term 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,...

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