Section 115 Reform Act of 2006

Section 115 Reform Act of 2006

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The Section 115 Reform Act of 2006 was a bill introduced June 8, 2006 in the 109th United States Congress by Howard Berman (California-D) and Lamar Smith (Texas-R) as part of. It is one of several recent attempts to modify Section 115 of the United States Copyright Act to accommodate digital delivery of musical works.

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