Bill Proposes to Make the Register of Copyrights a Presidential Appointee

March 28, 2017

The Copyright Office is now a part of the Library of Congress, with the Register of Copyrights (the head of the Copyright Office) appointed by the Librarian of Congress. As part of its plans to review the Copyright Act, the House Judiciary Committee asked for comments earlier this year about structural reform of the Copyright Office, including whether the Register of Copyrights should be appointed by the President rather than by the Librarian of Congress.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2017/03/articles/bill-proposes-to-make-the-register-of-copyrights-a-presidential-appointee/


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