posted by elizabethTG on 31, 2005
When You Cannot Get Permission: Dealing with the “Dead End” of a Copyright Quest
This is a useful article on what currently happens when one can't find the copyright holder of a work. It also gives a nice sense of the problems and struggles associated with "orphan works," although he does not use that terminology.
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