Library to Host Summer 2023 Copyright Public Modernization Committee Meeting
August 16 Virtual Event Will Showcase Status of Enterprise Copyright System
The Library of Congress will host the summer 2023 meeting of the Copyright Public Modernization Committee virtually on Wednesday, Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. ET. Participants will hear from Library and Copyright Office staff about the latest developments of the Enterprise Copyright System.
In addition to updates from Library and Copyright Office staff on the development of the Enterprise Copyright System, attendees will participate in a moderated conversation about increasing awareness of new developments. There will be an opportunity for public questions and answers.
Copyright Office IT modernization is a joint effort between the U.S. Copyright Office and the Library of Congress Office of the Chief Information Officer. For more information about Copyright Office IT modernization and to view recordings of previous Copyright Public Modernization Committee meetings, visit Copyright’s modernization website at www.copyright.gov/copyright-modernization/.
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