Copyright Office Announces Customized Email Subscription Services
Issue No. 323 - October 2, 2007
The Copyright Office is pleased to announce that it has implemented a new email subscription service to make it easier to receive messages on the topics that interest you. This service is an expansion and replacement of the existing NewsNet newsletter. At this time, we are offering three topics:
“What's New at the Copyright Office,” which alerts subscribers to general copyright-related news and additions to our website;
“Licensing,” which provides updates on regulations and procedures for compulsory and statutory licenses; and
“Legislative Developments,” which alerts users to copyright-related bills introduced in Congress or enacted into law.
Additional topic areas may be added in the future when high-interest Copyright Office activities occur.
To start you off, as a subscriber to NewsNet you have been given a subscription to “What’s New at the Copyright Office” so that you will receive the latest information whenever there are updates. You may subscribe to other copyright topics. You can also subscribe to other subject areas related to the Library of Congress, such as “Digital Preservation” and “Library of Congress Blog.” We hope that you will find it useful to be able to customize the electronic updates you receive based on your particular interests.
To password-protect your list of subscriptions, change your email address, change your delivery preference, or remove yourself from this service, please access your User Profile page. Be sure to save your changes, and look for a confirmation via email verifying the updates you make.