May 14, 2001
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The Copyright Office is making technical amendments in the regulation regarding copyright renewal to reflect the modification in duration of the extended renewal term from forty-seven to sixty-seven years as a result of the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act (Pub. L. 105-298). These technical amendments add a reference to Pub. L. 105-298 and substitute sixty-seven years in places where the renewal regulation designates forty-seven years.
May 14: Effective date of procedures for proper service on the Register of Copyrights in cases where a registration applicant whose application for registration has been refused institutes an infringement action (66 FR 19094)
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