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Tennessee legislation introduced for pre-1972 sound recordings

Tennessee legislation introduced for pre-1972 sound recordings (Jan. 31, 2014) – HB 2187 / SB 2187 was introduced in Tennessee to provide state-level copyright protection for pre-1972 sound recordings, which are not copyrighted under US federal law. A smattering of states clearly apply copyright-like protections for pre-1972 sound recordings, but the legal status is currently a patchwork.  The Copyright Office has recommended that pre-1972 sound recordings be brought under federal copyright law, and Congress may consider that recommendation in its ongoing review of copyright law.

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The Times, They Are A-Changin’ (or not)


Cover of “The Copyright
Extension Collection”

The Times, They Are A-Changin’ (or not) / Jan. 8, 2013 — A new Bob Dylan release of only 100 copies was designed to exploit copyright extension in Europe – See “Bob Dylan’s label releases ultra rare box set to exploit copyright loophole”Guardian, Jan. 8, 2013;  “Stuck Inside of Europe with the Copyright Extension Blues Again” (Philly.com Jan. 8, 2013); “Bob Dylan’s New Album Is ‘Copyright Extension Collection'”, ”The Register”, Jan. 8, 2013.

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