Copyright Office Survey:Access of Public Records at Stake

The Copyright Office is conducting a survey to improve the process of searching the public records of the Copyright Office and making them more accessible to the public.
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The Copyright Office is conducting a survey to improve the process of searching the public records of the Copyright Office and making them more accessible to the public. The office is studying the potential for converting the analog copyright records (1790 to 1977) to digital format and making these records accessible via the Web. Your input will help define the priorities and requirements needed to accomplish this goal. The survey is available on the Copyright Office Website at www.copyright.gov . Just click on "Please take our survey," under "Hot Topics."