Items tagged "Triennial Review"
How the Right-to-Repair Can Help Us Overcome Our Economic and Climate ChallengesFebruary 3, 2021 1201 Reform , Anticircumvention , Communications and the Pandemic , Copyright , Copyright Office , Copyright Reform , DMCA , Right to Repair , Section 1201 , Triennial Review
Over the past 10 months, the U.S. has experienced a constant state of flux, enduring the COVID-19 pandemic, a major cultural divide, and a tumultuous transition of power between presidential administrations. Many sought refuge in the virtual worlds offered by video game consoles in order to cope with the stress, causing a major spike in […]Read More
DMCA Exemption Process Rejects Personal Copies of Movies, Leaves Uncertainty For Many OthersOctober 27, 2015 1201 Reform , Copyright , Copyright Reform , DMCA , Triennial Review
Today, the Library of Congress released its rules on what lawful uses of copyrighted works would continue to be prohibited by the anti-circumvention provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The rules rejected Public Knowledge’s request for consumers to be able to make personal copies of their DVDs, and granted, with limitations, a variety of other exemptions.Read More