In 2012, the U.S. Copyright Office began a process of considering creating a small claims court or system for small-scale copyright disputes. This would affect the internet users and independent creators New Media Rights assists significantly.
New Media Rights has been invited by the Copyright Office to participate in hearings taking place November 26 & 27 in Los Angeles on the topic.
Executive Director Art Neill will be participating in panels discussing potential remedies and appeals, constitutional issues, and benchmarks for success of such a system.
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