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Update on the 2018 Triennial 1201 Rule-Making

The Copyright Office has once again opened its triennial rulemaking proceedings for exemptions to the anti-circumvention clauses of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (β€œDMCA”). This will be the seventh iteration of the rulemaking proceedings for the Copyright Office since Congress … Continue reading

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Copyright Office Says Current Law Addresses Concerns about Software-Enabled Consumer Products

In December, the United States Copyright Office released a report on software-enabled consumer products. Prepared pursuant to a request from Senate Judiciary Committee members Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT), the report clarifies how existing copyright law applies to … Continue reading

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