Film, Video Orphan Works 9: Structure & Mechanics of Possible Extended Collective U.S. Licensing System
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- Orphan Works 9: Structure & Mechanics of Possible Extended Collective U.S. Licensing System
- Panelists discussed specific details of an appropriate extended collective licensing system in the United States for mass digitization purposes. While some other countries have embraced extended collective licensing, the United States currently does not have the legal framework for such a system. It is unclear, however, how extended collective licensing could integrate with the current U.S. legal infrastructure to streamline the licensing process, or whether it could possibly upset existing and well-functioning markets for certain copyright-protected works. Moreover, the mechanical operation of such a system is unclear; for example, questions remain regarding procedures whereby copyright rights holders may "opt out" of any extended collective licensing regime. Karyn Temple Claggett, Catherine Rowland, Gregory Barnes, Brandon Butler, Susan Chertkof, Carrie Devorah, Frederic Haber, Douglas Hill, Ariel Katz, Bruce Lehman, Sarah Michalak, Victor Perlman, Janice T. Pilch, Casey Rae, Colin Rushing, Jerker Ryden, Salley Shannon and Gregory Scott Stein.
- Event Date
- March 11, 2014
- Related Resources
- U.S. Copyright Office: http://www.copyright.gov
- Running Time
- 1 hours, 18 minutes, 22 seconds
- Online Format
- online text
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