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PPA Today: Copyright: June 2007 Archives

Copyright: June 2007 Archives

The U.S. Copyright Office announces a new kid-friendly website full of helpful information for parents and educators. Entitled "Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright"  the website is aimed at educating children on the importance of copyright.  Site features animated vingettes hosted by Detective Cop E. Wright, which explains how copyright protects the creator, an interactive question and answer section, and the history of copyright law.

For more information on this website or the U.S. Copyright Office visit www.copyright.gov.

Attend a STOP! Seminar

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In addition to providing assistance via the STOP! Hotline at 1-866-999-HALT, and their websites www.stopfakes.gov and www.stopfakes.gov/smallbusiness, the Strategy for Targeting Organized Piracy is currently hosting public seminars nationwide.


Free one day seminars are sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. These public seminars are held nationwide as a means of educating business owners on how to protect their intellectual property.


On June 13, "The_Cost_of_Counterfeiting_and_Piracy" will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina.  This will be the first in a series of seminars to be held through out the summer months.  To register for the program in Raleigh click here. STOP! will speak on similar topics  when they visit Detroit, Michigan on June 18.  To register for the Detroit program visit the Detroit Regional Chamber website.


For more information on STOP! programs and to find out if a seminar will be hosted near you visit  www.stopfakes.gov.



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This page is a archive of entries in the Copyright category from June 2007.

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