Regulatory Filings

Client Clinic Work
Dance Heritage Coalition (DHC)

2012-2013

Clinic students collaborated   with Dance Heritage Coalition (DHC) who, in the course of preserving and providing access to historical dance works, has encountered issues regarding works for whom the owners could not be found and/or contacted. On behalf of DHC, the Clinic prepared a comment conveying DHC’s unique circumstances that was submitted to the Copyright Office in response to a call for comments on Orphan Works. The purpose of the comment was to ensure the preservation of dance’s cultural history for generations to come and ensure that the voices of those seeking to preserve this cultural history were heard during the formation of potential orphan works legislation.
Professor Peter Decherney Comments to the Copyright Office regarding its anti-circumvention rulemaking under the DMCA, requesting the creation, renewal, and expansion of exemptions for film professors and students accessing DVDs for educational purposes. 2011-2012, 2009,2008-2009,2005-2006
Media Literacy Education Comments in DMCA triennial rulemaking proposing an exemption for K-12 teachers who use audiovisual works for educational purposes. 2011-2012, 2010
Digital Education Coalition Comments in response to FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding net neutrality. 2009-2010
The Internet Archive Comments in DMCA triennial rulemaking proposing an exemption for a class of works which requires obsolete operating systems or hardware as a condition of access. 2005-2006
Copyright Clearance Initiative Comments to Copyright Office in response to Notice of Inquiry regarding Orphan works. 2005
American Library Association Broadcast Flag Comments on FCC proposal for a broadcast flag for digital copy control. 2002-

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