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It's not too early to write congresspeople and senators as well. Note 
that is still an inquiry, but alerting them that you are upset and 
concerned about it now can't hurt. Google has their ears, why not you?

Rick


On 2015-07-02 14:12, Emily S. Damstra wrote:
> Thanks for alerting us to this alarming development, Karen. I haven't
> had a chance to read the Inquiry or Report that you linked to, but it
> sure doesn't sound good for people like us. Like OC said, I'd be
> interested in hearing what Betsy Weissbrod has to say, though I won't
> be able to make it to the Conference.
> 
> It's an important issue and I'll be sure to send in a letter to the
> Copyright Office.
> 
> ---
> EMILY S. DAMSTRA
> natural science illustration
> Guelph, Ontario
> (519) 616-3654
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> www.emilydamstra.com [10]
> emilydamstra.wordpress.com [11]
> 
> Twitter: @EmilyDamstra
> 
> On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 10:13 PM, Karen Ackoff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
>> I thought this would be of interest, regarding copyright.
>> Karen
>> _______________________________________________________
>> 
>> Artists Alert: From the Illustrators Partnership 
>> The Return of Orphan Works
>> Part 1: "The Next Great Copyright Act" 

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