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MP3.com offers copyright registration service

Written by Jari Ketola @ 21 Jun 2001 16:49

MP3.com has launched a Copyright Wizard service designed to help emerging artists claim copyrights on their work. The Wizard helps artists to register their songs with the U.S. Copyright Office by filling out the necessary forms, creating the CD, and submitting the registration.
The forms are, of course, also available via the U.S. Copyright Office home page. If the artist wishes to submit the registration forms himself, the Copyright Office charges a nonrefundable filing fee of $30. For the full serice MP3.com charges $59.95 from Premium Artist Service members, and $69.95 from non-members.

This is a very practical way indeed for independent artists to claim copyright on their work without much hassle.

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