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Orphan Works, Extended Collective Licensing and Other Current Issues

Pallante, Maria

"Good morning. My name is Maria Pallante and I work at the Copyright Office
in Washington, D.C. If you are not familiar with the Copyright Office, we
administer the copyright law, we are housed in the Library of Congress and, as far
as we know, we are in the legislative branch. I would like to thank Columbia Law
School, the Kernochan Center and the Rockefeller Archive for inviting me to
participate. I am always impressed by the symposia that Columbia puts together
because, in my experience, it is one of the few places where we get to see lawyers,
professors, students and nonlawyer archivists all come together, which is great for
everybody."

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May 26, 2011
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