U.S. Copyright Office Performs @ National Book Festival in DC

Kudos to the Information Section of the U.S. Copyright Office for their outstanding performances in a short play on copyright law on 22 September 2012 at the National Book Festival in DC. The first play I’ve seen on copyright law.

Mark Twain on the far right telling us about the origins of U.S. copyright law, then with Dorothy and the Scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz; you should have heard the Scarecrow explain the meaning of derivative works!

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