Film, Video Orphan Works 7: Mass Digitization, Generally

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Title
Orphan Works 7: Mass Digitization, Generally
Summary
Although mass digitization was ongoing in 2008, the practice has since become much more prevalent. Thus, it is important to understand how mass digitization fits into an orphan works solution. Because many of the comments submitted in response to the Notice indicated that the issue of mass digitization should be treated separately from the issue of orphan works, it also is important to understand whether mass digitization fits into an orphan works solution. The Copyright Office discussed the intersection of mass digitization and orphan works at the public roundtable meetings, the types of digitization projects that should be covered by any legislative proposal, the relative risks and benefits of mass digitization projects, the types of entities that might be able to engage in such activities under any legislative proposal, and the types or categories of works that should be covered. Karyn Temple Claggett, Catherine Rowland, Frank Muller, Jan Constantine, Jonathan Band, June Besek, Richard Burgess, Michael W. Carroll, Blane Dessy, Melissa Levine, Andrew McDiarmid, Corynne McSherry, Mickey Osterreicher, Brooke Penrose, Janice T. Pilch, Leah Prescott, Jerker Ryden and Ben Sheffner.
Event Date
March 11, 2014
Related Resources
U.S. Copyright Office: http://www.copyright.gov
Running Time
1 hours, 17 minutes, 28 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video
online text

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