US Congress launches sweeping copyright review
The fast-changing digital universe has prompted the US Congress to launch a review of copyright law that will feature a series of hearings and could trigger a years-long battle to rewrite the Copyright Act
In an era when content is easily shared, streamed or digitised online, the Republican-controlled House Judiciary Committee will explore whether technology is outpacing existing law. The push for a legislative update is spearheaded by Register of Copyrights Maria Pallante (pictured...
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