||Issue 273 -August
Improved Copyright Searching System to Debut about October 1, 2005
An improved copyright searching system called eCO Search will be available
on the Copyright Office website about October 1, 2005. eCO Search offers
new features, including keyword searching and the use of a single database
containing records since 1978 for monographs, serials, and recorded documents.
All the approximately 20 million records for registrations and recorded
documents in the current system will be migrated to the new eCO Search database,
which is a search system similar to that used by other parts of the Library
of Congress. Watch for additional information, instructions for using eCO
Search, and the exact date the switch to eCO Search will be made. (Read further
||Due date for comments on study of the impact of sections
119 and 122 on certain copyright owners (more)
||Due date for reply comments on proposed regulations
on preregistration (more)
||Due date for reply comments on use of Internet Explorer
to preregister an eligible work (more)
||Due date for reply comments on study of the impact
of sections 119 and 122 on certain copyright owners (more)
||Approximate date of switch to eCO Search to search
copyright records of registrations and recorded documents
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