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Archive for November 2020

U.S. Copyright Office Updates about Updating

The U.S. Copyright Office has undergone massive changes over the past few years in their efforts to catch up with technological advancements and to be more efficient in the handling of registrations, recorded documents, and other filings. Currently, the Copyright Office is transitioning its recordation system from the age-old paper method to a digital platform. …

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Make No Bones About It, a Skeleton May Be Copyrightable

Recently, an appeals court was faced with deciding if a sculptural work of the human skeleton is protectible by copyright law.  It very well may be! A company created a very large sculpture of a human skeleton called a “Maniken”, dwarfing the size of most standard skeletal frames.  The Maniken portrayed the human body and…

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