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  • Congress Classification Class M: Music 140483Library of Congress Classification — Class M: Music CLASS M - MUSIC (Click each subclass for details)
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  • never existed before. In some of these cases the new expressive forms—electronic music, filmstrips, and computer programs, for example—could be regarded as
    29 KB (4,404 words) - 07:32, 12 December 2012
  • never existed before. In some of these cases the new expressive forms—electronic music, filmstrips, and computer programs, for example—could be regarded as
    23 KB (110,678 words) - 08:04, 28 April 2012
  • never existed before. In some of these cases the new expressive forms—electronic music, film-strips, and computer programs, for example—could be regarded
    13 KB (95,075 words) - 13:53, 19 March 2011
  • Bridgeport Music, Inc. v. Dimension Films by the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Syllabus 85944Bridgeport Music, Inc. v. Dimension
    3 KB (245 words) - 21:41, 15 October 2013
  • never existed before. In some of these cases the new expressive forms—electronic music, filmstrips, and computer programs, for example—could be regarded as
    34 KB (111,402 words) - 08:04, 28 April 2012
  • shown by the use of machines or devices such as projectors, viewers, or electronic equipment, together with accompanying sounds, if any, regardless of the
    32 KB (4,235 words) - 05:26, 6 November 2014
  • sounds or visual images, any sort of transmitting apparatus, any type of electronic retrieval system, and any other techniques and systems not yet in use
    28 KB (4,028 words) - 07:44, 8 December 2012
  • and other electronic eavesdropping fully within the purview of the Fourth Amendment. I also join the opinion because it condemns electronic surveillance
    9 KB (1,394 words) - 23:48, 1 July 2011
  • gave birth to a new electronic age of computers and video machines. Where ever human energy could be saved it was popular music lost what little identity
    7 KB (1,235 words) - 11:22, 17 April 2012
  • storage of a protected performance or phonogram in digital form or other electronic medium. Nothing in this License is intended to reduce, limit, or restrict
    24 KB (3,518 words) - 18:54, 6 October 2015
  • storage of a protected performance or phonogram in digital form or other electronic medium. Nothing in this License is intended to reduce, limit, or restrict
    27 KB (4,055 words) - 08:28, 6 September 2015
  • Microsoft Research DRM talk (category Electronic Frontier Foundation)
    today to talk to you about copyright, technology and DRM, I work for the Electronic Frontier Foundation on copyright stuff (mostly), and I live in London
    43 KB (7,681 words) - 21:43, 15 October 2013
  • Live Music Act 2012  (2012)  Parliament of the United Kingdom 1444952Live Music Act 2012Parliament of the United Kingdom2012 c.2 ELIZABETH II
    9 KB (1,538 words) - 22:55, 26 January 2013
  • from the United States to a foreign manufacturer on a master disk, or by electronic transmission, then copied by the foreign recipient for installation on
    58 KB (9,472 words) - 19:18, 2 February 2013
  • substantially the following information: (A) the name, address, phone number, and electronic mail address of the agent. (B) other contact information which the Register
    28 KB (4,126 words) - 20:43, 3 April 2015
  • found to have engaged in copyright infringement by down-loading digital music files. Under §504(c)(1), an infringer is ordinarily liable for statutory
    6 KB (917 words) - 09:02, 13 October 2013
  • composes the music regardless of whether he records it in any form of graphical notation; (ffb) "computer" includes any electronic or similar device
    183 KB (28,033 words) - 18:41, 18 December 2015
  • such periodical or in an electronic communication would delay the delivery of such issue or transmission of such electronic communication is customarily
    194 KB (30,973 words) - 22:31, 15 January 2016
  • consists of music produced by traditional and electronic means, including works whose production involves the use of a computer. An electronic composition
    395 bytes (11,416 words) - 03:05, 11 December 2015

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