PPA Meeting with U.S. Senators on Capitol Hill to Discuss The CASE Act!

PPA’s Government Advocacy Team is back in Washington D.C. this week, meeting with Senators to discuss their support of the CASE Act! As always, they’ve provided a play-by-play for the events of each day.

Join the Copyright Conversation! Spread the Word About the CASE Act in Your…

PPA members have hit the ground running in support of The CASE Act, the copyright small claims bill. Send your emails now, it's quick and easy! 

It Only Takes Seconds to Support the CASE Act!

Everything you, PPA, and thousands of other visual arts-creators have been working for is paying off! The CASE Act (Copyright Alternative to Small Claims Enforcement Act) is moving forward in both the House and the Senate for the first time…

Updated PPA Templates: Licensing Agreements for Photographers

Many times photographers and creators do not want to sign over their copyright of a creation. This sentiment is justified since once the copyright is signed over the original creator has no ownership of it and can no longer control…

A Closer Look at PPA’s Big Day on Capitol Hill

Yesterday was quite an exciting one in Washington D.C.! While a few other hearings may have eaten up all the press and attention, PPA and our visual arts groups were in town to celebrate the introduction of the CASE Act in both the…

Big Day for Copyright Advocacy on Capitol Hill!

It was a big day for copyright advocacy in Washington D.C. as proposed reform long sought by PPA was addressed in the introduction of the Copyright Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement Act (CASE Act). The legislation—introduced today by Congressmen Jeffries,…

Copyright Alliance Commends Appointment of Karyn A. Temple as Register of Copyrights

PPA is a proud member of the Copyright Alliance, which has issued this press release about our friend Karyn Temple and her appointment as Register of Copyrights.

PPA’s 2019 D.C. Trip! Copyright Updates & the Fight for Photographers’ Rights

Your PPA Advocacy Team is off to D.C for its first trip of the year! Get updates as they meet with various lawmakers to stand up for photographers' copyrights. 

Copyright Office Remains Open During Partial Government Shutdown

Photographers, you can still copyright your work even during the government shutdown!

U.S. Copyright Office Announces New Works Entering the Public Domain in 2019

Our good friends at the U.S. Copyright office put together this handy little PDF about which works are entering the public domain in 2019. Take a look; it's fascinating! It also provides a glimpse into the long, ever-evolving copyright process and…

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