November 2011
Kentucky Libraries;Fall2011, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p6
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the issues related to the termination of the copyright ownership of an art, a literary work, or a sound recording by 2013 as described by the section 203 of the U.S. 1976 Copyright Act. According to section 203, an author or an artist has the right to end the transfer of such right within a five-year period 35 years after the date of transfer. It adds that libraries will find it more difficult to determine the owner of a publication's rights for securing permissions.


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