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Introduction to the online version

Chapter 1 The Commission and Its Recommendations

Chapter 2 The Establishment, Mandate, and Activities of the Commission

Chapter 3 Computers and Copyright

Chapter 4 Machine Reproduction Photocopying

Chapter 5 Summary

Appendix A Summary of the Legislative History of Computer-Related Issues and the Photocopy Issue

Appendix B Public Law 93-573 and Public Law 95-146

Appendix C Commissioners

Appendix D Staff

Appendix E Lists of Witnesses

Appendix F Alphabetical Listing of Persons Appearing before the Commission

Appendix G Transcripts of Commission Meetings

Appendix H Summaries of Commission-Sponsored Studies

Appendix I Bibliography

Appendix J Selected Provisions of the Copyright Act of 1976 and Copyright Office Regulations


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Appendix F Alphabetical Listing of Persons Appearing before the Commission

Name and organization: Meeting

Barbara Ankeny, MIT Press: Eighteenth

George C. Baron, Information Industry Association: Sixteenth

William J. Baumol, Princeton and New York Universities: Fifteenth, Eighteenth

Lawrence Berul, Aspen Systems Corporation: Fourth

A.G.W. Biddle, Computer Industry Association: Sixth

Yale Braunstein, New York University: Fifteenth

Roger Borovoy, Intel Corporation: Nineteenth

Herbert Bright, Association for Computing Machinery: Sixth

Naomi Broering, Council of National Library Associations: Twenty-first

Ed Brown, Newsletter Association of America: Thirteenth

Lee G. Burchinal, National Science Foundation: Fourth, Eighteenth

David Catterns, Australian Copyright Council: Third

Donna Chamberlain, Documentation Associates Information Services, Inc.: Sixteenth

Carol Cohen, Applied Data Research: Sixth

Eileen Cooke, Council of National Library Associations: Twenty-first

Bert Cowlan, Public Interest Satellite Association: Thirteenth

Robert Coyer, General Services Administration: Seventh

Edward Cramer, Broadcast Music, Inc.: Thirteenth

Frank H. Cullen, Computing and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association: Sixteenth

Martin Cummings, National Library of Medicine: Fourth

Melvin S. Day, National Library of Medicine: Fourth, Ninth

George Dodson, General Services Administration: Seventh

Philip Dorn, Association for Computing Machinery: Sixteenth

Truman W. Eustis, New York Times: Fifth

Paul Fagan, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers: Thirteenth

Richard A. Farley, National Agricultural Library: Eleventh

Allen R. Ferguson, Public Interest Economics Center: Thirteenth, Fifteenth

Patricia Ferguson, Documentation Associates Information Services, Inc.: Eighth

William Frawley, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association: Twenty-first

Samuel Freedman, Research Publications, Inc.: Fifth

Bernard M. Fry, Indiana University: Second

Eugene Garfield, Institute for Scientific Information: Seventeenth

Jack Garland, International Business Machines: Third

Joseph Genovese, Computing and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association: Fifteenth

Thomas D. Gillies, Linda Hall Library: Ninth

Arnold O. Ginnow, West Publishing Company: Fourth

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Martin Goetz, Applied Data Research: Sixteenth

Joel D. Goldhar, National Science Foundation: Fifth

Charles M. Goldstein, National Library of Medicine: Eighteenth

Ralph Gommery, International Business Machines: Third

Herbert R. J. Grosch, Association for Computing Machinery: Third

Michael Harris, Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., Thirteenth, Seventeenth, Twentieth

Larry Haverkamp, Public Interest Economics Center: Fifteenth

Nicholas L. Henry, Arizona State University: Seventh

Ira Herrenstein, Standard and Poor: Thirteenth

Anna L. Heyer, Ad Hoc Committee on Copyright Law: Seventh

Edward G. Holley, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth

Irwin Karp, Authors League of America, Inc.: Eleventh, Seventeenth,

Michael S. Keplinger, National Bureau of Standards: Second

Donald W. King, Market Facts, Inc., and King Research, Inc.: Third, Ninth, Sixteenth

H.: William Koch, American Institute of Physics: Thirteenth

Herbert R. Koller, Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers: Sixth

Bernard Korman, ASCAP: Thirteenth

Allie B. Latimer, General Services Administration: Seventh

J.C.R. Licklider, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Eighteenth

Charles Lieb, Association of American Publishers: Fourth, Thirteenth, Seventeenth, Twenty-first

Maurice B. Line, British Library Lending Division: Ninth

Theodore Lorah, Computer Industry Association: Sixth

John Lorenz, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth, Twenty-first

Peter McCloskey, Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association: Sixth

Daniel McCracken, Association for Computing Machines: Tenth, Sixteenth

Fritz Machlup, Princeton and New York Universities: Fifteenth

Edward C. Mclrvine, Xerox Corporation: Eleventh

Frank E. McKenna, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth, Twenty-first

Isaac McKinney, General Services Administration: Seventh

Ellen Mahar, Council of National Library Associations: Twenty-first

Terry Mahn, Computer Industry Association: Sixth

Julius L. Marke, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth

Nina Matheson, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth

Stuart Mathison, TELENET Corporation: Eighteenth

Richard I. Miller, Harbridge House, Inc.: Eighteenth

William J. Moser, Data Processing Management Association: Sixth

Theodor H. Nelson, Author: Twentieth

Norman Nisenoff, Forecasting International: Fifth

Philip S. Nyborg, American Federation of Information Processing Societies: Sixth

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Susan H. Nycum, Association for Computing Machinery: Seventh, Sixteenth

Vernon E. Palmour, Public Research Institute: Ninth, Fifteenth

Donn Parker, Stanford Research Institute: Eighth

Douglas Price, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science: Twenty-first

Theodore Puckorius, General Services Administration: Seventh

Stevens Rice, University Microfilms: Fifteenth

M. Thomas Risner, National Information Center for Educational Media: Eighth

Quincy Rogers, Domestic Council on Right to Privacy: Seventh

John Rothman, New York Times Information Bank: Fifth

Jerome Rubin, Mead Data Central: Fourth

Roy G. Saitman, National Bureau of Standards: Fifteenth

John Shoch, Xerox Palo Alto Research Laboratory: Eighteenth

Joshua Smith, American Society for Information Science: Third

Susan Sommer, Council of National Library Associations: Seventeenth

Gerald Sophar, Committee to Investigate Copyright Problems Affecting Communication in Science and Education, Inc.: Eleventh

R.: R. Stanley, International Business Machines: Third

August Steinhilber, Ad Hoc Committee on Copyright Law: Seventh

Joseph Taphorn, International Business Machines: Third, Fifth, Sixth, Sixteenth

Seldon W. Terrant, American Chemical Society: Fourth

Alphonse F. Trezza, National Commission on Libraries and Information Science: Second

Peter F. Urbach, National Technical Information Service: Eleventh

David P. Waite, Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.: Seventeenth

Charles B. Warden, Data Resources, Inc.: Fourth

Ben H. Weil, Exxon Corporation and Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.: Eleventh, Thirteenth, Seventeenth

Peter Weiner, Rand Corporation: Eighth

Joseph Weizenbaum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Eighteenth

Gordon Williams, Center for Research Libraries: Ninth

Martha Williams, University of Illinois: Fourth

Joe Wyatt, Interuniversity Communications Council: Sixth

Paul G. Zurkowski, Information Industry Association: Fifth, Sixth, Eleventh, Sixteenth, Twenty-first