Earlier this year, ALA became a founding member of a new copyright coalition called Re:Create. As Congress contemplates legislative change, the U.S. Copyright Office solicits public comments on software embedded in products and the 1201 rulemaking (soon), and as the federal government negotiates trade deals, Re:Create and its members engage with the message that copyright law should reflect how the public uses information and creates in the digital environment. We want a law that makes sense to people, and that supports fair use, free expression and an open Internet. We recently produced a video. Check it out. I like the man with the guitar.
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