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Will the Biden-Harris Administration Bode Well for Copyright?

February 5, 2021

Copyright Alliance

 

by Terrica Carrington


With any change in administration come questions about the policy priorities for the next two, four, or even eight years. While the “first 100 days” is typically a key benchmark for any new administration post-FDR, it usually takes longer to evaluate where policies related to copyright and other areas of intellectual property fall in the list of priorities.

So, while it’s too early to know how the Biden-Harris administration’s copyright legacy will unfold, we do have clues about both President Biden and Vice President Harris that suggest the next four years could bode well for the copyright community.

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