Tag Archives: Copyright Office

Copyright Small Claims or Leave It to the Trolls?

The Copyright Office wants round 3 of public comments on whether small claims copyright infringement procedures are possible. This has been limping along for years, and they’re still asking “whether and, if so, how the current legal system hinders or prevents copyright owners from … Continue reading

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Tell The Copyright Office What You Need Before September 26

I’ve written before about the barriers to copyright enforcement for most creators, and how efforts to legislate a small claims procedure have been stumbling along since 2006. The Copyright Office last year called for comments from the public, and the comments were … Continue reading

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Lessons for Online Piracy Legislation from Comments on Copyright Small Claims

The draft legislation called Online Protection & Enforcement of Digital Trade Act (OPEN) is having its moment in the sun as an approach favored by Google and other internet powers who are said to regard it as not threatening to … Continue reading

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