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Inside the Copyright Office’s honors program for young lawyers

The Copyright Office runs a two-year honors program for young lawyers named after Barbara Ringer, the office’s first woman director. The Federal Drive…

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USCIS deputy CDO sees faster ‘time to market’ getting right data to the right people

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FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2020 file photo, postal workers load their mail delivery vehicles at the Panorama city post office in Los Angeles. The Nov. 3 election will test California's commitment to voting by mail as the nation's most populous state will offer fewer in-person polling places hoping it will convince more people to cast ballots from the safety of their mailboxes during a pandemic. If it doesn't work, the state could see long lines and frustrated voters on Election Day compounded by coronavirus protocols that will make voting in person slower in a year expected to draw a big turnout. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)

Postal workers reminded they cannot profit from speeches, articles or books about official duties

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One sign of women’s progress: A rise in the percentage of copyrights they receive

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Congress’ copyright office has its first chief economist

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Karyn Temple Claggett: Copyright Office examines moral rights attribution

The U.S. Copyright Office, which is part of the Library of Congress, is conducting a study to see if current copyright laws do enough to protect the so-called…

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