INTERESTED IN AN ORPHANED PATENT? CHIME IN
Bill Heinze reports that the U.S. Copyright Office is open to your comments on any compelling concerns raised by orphan works, specifically:
"...[W]orks whose owners are difficult or even impossible to locate -- that merit a legislative, regulatory, or other solution, and if so, what type of solution could effectively address these concerns without conflicting with the legitimate interests of authors and right holders."
Interested? Your comments are due by Mar. 25 -- more here (including submission requirements) on I/P Updates.
Posted by Laurel Newby on January 28, 2005 at 01:37 PM | Permalink
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