RE: US Copyright Bills Pass Congress


Subject: RE: US Copyright Bills Pass Congress
From: Dempsey, David - DC (DDempsey@pipermar.com)
Date: to 15 loka   1998 - 20:18:09 EEST


Go to: <www.thomas.loc.gov> for the statute and the legislative history
from the Congressional Record.
Other places: <www.findlaw.com>, <www.law.cornell.edu/uscode>.
When in doubt for anything in the US, try: <www.goto.com> and put in the
phrase, etc. or try <www.dogpile.com> for the same. Both are excellent
and both cover legal materials.
Good luck.
Meanwhile, why didn't the UK sign up for the Euro? I'm writing a paper
on the Euro and would like to find a source that explains why and the
effect on contracts.
Also, we have much copyright experience here, particularly in the
computer field.
David Dempsey
ddempsey@pipermar.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anthony Roediger [SMTP:anthony.roediger@magdalen.oxford.ac.uk]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 1998 4:08 PM
> To: ecup-list@kaapeli.fi
> Subject: Re: US Copyright Bills Pass Congress
>
> Does anyone know where the text of passed Bills can be found on the
> internet? Especially HR2281 the 'Digital Millenium Copyright Act'?
>
> Many thanks
>
> Anthony Roediger
> Oxford University
>



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