I don't think there are any substantial state copyright laws, except relating to illegal sales (piracy). Everything else should come under federal law.
On Wed, 18 Nov 2020 10:40:47 +0100, Hugh Paterson III <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>1. I seem to recall a map plotting in colors various types of US State laws
>related to the copyright laws for sound recordings. I can't find this at
>the moment, does this ring any bells for people in the know?
>2. Where do we find documentation for the rights of the sound engineer (or
>interviewer) who is doing the recording? I see the copyright office
>circular for sound recordings. Maybe I'm missing something.
>3. Some states have only one party consent for telephone recording, meaning
>only one party needs to be informed of the recording. Can anyone point me
>to 1) case law where this is impacted by crossing a line with a party who
>is in a two party state? 2) can anyone clarify for me the difference
>between informed consent and copyright with respect to such recorded
>conversations? That is, do both parties on the phone call have copyright to
>the created work on the bases of their "performance"?
>all the best,