Today, April 10, 2003 the Copyright Office granted the motion of Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. to reschedule the deadlines for noncommercial entities (including educational and community radio stations and groups) to file direct cases in the new webcasting CARP, and for other pre-controversy discovery. Download file . This ruling will allow several more months in which the parties may attempt to reach an amicable agreement, in accordance with the Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002. Read more about CIS Wins Procedural Ruling in Copyright Office in the 2003-2004 CARP
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