Web Site Addresses Issues Unique to Digital Media
“The Library of Congress has launched a new public Web site to cover the groundbreaking work of a special independent committee. By 2006, this committee will recommend changes to copyright law that recognize the need for exceptions to the law for libraries and archives in the digital age.
“The site, at www.loc.gov/section108, offers the group’s mission statement, its schedule of meetings and links to relevant sections of the Copyright Act. The site also offers links to background papers pertinent to libraries and archives and the rights issues they encounter when working with digital materials.”
Library of Congress. Library Launches Web Site on Independent Copyright Committee. (Press Release.) Aug. 17, 2005.
Attribution: Circular 92 first discovered news of this public Web site through a posting in Resource Shelf, edited by Gary Price.