united states copyright office
The Copyright Office is responsible for administering the laws governing registration of original works, recordation of title and licenses, a number of statutory licensing provisions, and other aspects of the 1976 Copyright Act and the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The USCO website, www.copyright.gov, offers guidance on copyright law, current policy issues, as well as forms and instructions for registering work.
united states copyright law
United States copyright law is codified in Title 17 of the United States Code. Title 17 includes separate chapters on subjects such as Copyright ownership, Duration of copyright, Copyright registration, Infringement and remedies, and DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act).
PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) is an electronic public access service of United States federal court documents. PACER allows users to obtain case and complete docket information from the United States district courts, United States courts of appeals, and United States bankruptcy courts. It currently holds more than 500 million documents.
Pixsy’s mission is to empower creatives around the world to be in control of how, where and when their work is used. Pixsy provide a suite of tools and services to find, manage and resolve cases of unauthorized use, as well as access to legal support and compensation.