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The United States Copyright Office, a part of the Library of Congress, is the official U.S. government body that maintains records of copyright registration in the United States. It is used by copyright title searchers who are attempting to clear a chain of title for copyrighted works.— Excerpted from United States Copyright Office on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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  1. Copyright Basics
    1a. United States Copyright Office A Brief History and Overview
    1b. Limitations on Information Furnished by the Copyright Office
    1c. Make Sure Your Application Will Be Acceptable
  2. Publications on Copyright
  3. Copyright Notice
  4. Copyright Fees
  5. How to Open and Maintain a Copyright Office Deposit Account
  6. Obtaining Access to and Copies of Copyright Records and Deposits
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    7a. N/A
    7b. "Best Edition" of Published Copyrighted Works for the Collection of the Library of Congress
    7c. Effects of not Replying within 120 Days to Copyright Office Correspondence
    7d. Mandatory Deposit of Copies or Phonorecords for the Library of Congress
  8. Supplementary Copyright Registration
  9. Work-Made-For-Hire Under the 1976 Copyright Act
  10. Special Handling
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  12. Recordations of Transfers and Other Documents
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  14. Copyright Registration for Derivative Works
  15. Renewal of Copyright
    15a. Duration of Copyright: Provisions of the Law Dealing with the Length of Copyright Protection
    15t. Extension of Copyright Term
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  21. Reproductions of Copyrighted Works by Educators and Librarians
  22. How to Investigate the Copyright Status of a Work
  23. Copyright Card Catalog and the Online File
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  31. Ideas, Methods, or Systems
  32. Blanks Forms and Other Works Not Protected by Copyright
  33. Computing and Measuring Devices
  34. Names, Titles, Short Phrases not Copyrightable
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    38a. International Copyright Relations of the United States
    38b. Highlights of Copyright Amendments Contained in the URAA
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  40. Copyright Registration for Works of the Visual Arts
    40a. Deposit Requirements for Visual Arts Material
  41. Copyright Claims in Architectural Works
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  44. Cartoons and Comic Strips
  45. Motion Pictures including Video Recordings
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  50. Musical Compositions
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  55. Copyright Registration for Multimedia Works
  56. Copyright for Sound Recordings
    56a. Copyright Registration of Musical Compositions and Sound Recordings
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  61. Copyright Registration for Computer Programs
  62. Copyright Registration for Serials
    62a. Group Registration of Newspapers and Newsletters on Form G/DN
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  64. Copyright Registration for Secure Tests
  65. Copyright Registration for Automated Databases
  66. Copyright Registration for Online Works
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