The definition of what is the best edition of a published work is found in 37 CFR 202.19(b)(1)(i). The Copyright Office is amending its regulations to clarify where the public may find a statement on the best edition of published copyrighted works for the collections of the Library of Congress. The statement that contains the criteria for selection of what constitutes the "best edition" of a published work is located in appendix B of 37 CFR part 202.
November 22: Effective date of changes made to the Copyright Office's current systems of Records (64 FR 54361)
December 31: End of negotiation period for determining rates and terms for digital transmissions that constitute digital phonorecord deliveries for the period beginning January 1, 2001 (64 FR 38861)
January 18, 2000: Beginning of 45-day precontroversy discovery period for CARP proceeding on rates and terms for digital transmissions of sound recordings and ephemeral recordings (64 FR 52107)
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