The Section 108 Study Group is a select committee of copyright experts charged with updating for the digital world the Copyright Act's balance between the rights of creators and copyright owners and the needs of libraries and archives. The Study Group was convened as an independent group by the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation program of the Library of Congress and by the U.S. Copyright Office. The recommendations, conclusions, and other outcomes of the Study Group's Report are its own and do not reflect the opinions of the Library of Congress or the U.S. Copyright Office.
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- March 31, 2008
Section 108 Study Group Report Released
- March 23, 2007
Written Comments on Issues Raised in December 4, 2006 Federal Register notice posted.
- February 23, 2007
January Chicago Public Roundtable Transcripts Posted
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