Copyright Office releases critical telecom decision

Krauss, Jeffrey
January 2007
CED;Jan2007, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p54
Trade Publication
The article relates the author's perspectives concerning those federal government agencies which are responsible for the copy control and access of telecommunications technology in the U.S. The author has stressed that the Federal Communications Commission was not the only federal government agency that affects telecommunications technology, but also the Copyright Office which is part of the Library of Congress.


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