Librarian of Congress Seeks Input on Register of Copyrights

News from the Library of Congress:

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden invites the public to provide input to the Library of Congress on expertise needed by the Register of Copyrights.

The results of this survey will inform development of the knowledge, skills and abilities needed for the position. We encourage you to participate and look forward to receiving your feedback. 

The Register of Copyrights is the title given to the director of the United States Copyright Office within the Library of Congress. The Register creates the procedures and practices of the Copyright Office and establishes standards for registration of copyright. The Register is also responsible for administering, interpreting, and testifying before Congress on aspects of U.S. copyright law, which  includes the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

Visit to voice your opinion. Deadline for submitting comments: Jan. 31, 2017!