So what are the reasonable/specific steps to demonstrate a good faith
In the past for books, it seemed one could pretty much check just
one source to see if the work was available for sale. It didn't include
a search of BowkerLink (Books in print) a listing of publishers,
addresses, and such.
How does one make a comment about something which isn't
available?-- 'specific steps'
On 2/5/2019 7:22 AM, Leggett, Stephen C wrote:
> After soliciting public comments through a notice of inquiry, the Office is proposing regulations identifying the specific steps that a user should take to demonstrate she has made a good faith, reasonable search. The proposed rule also details the filing requirements for the user to submit a notice of noncommercial use and for a rights owner to submit a notice objecting to such use.