Senators Introduce the Bipartisan ‘SMART Copyright Act,’ Claiming Bill ‘Would Hold Tech Accountable’

The bulk of the SMART Copyright Act proposes adding to the fifth chapter of Title 17 of the U.S. Code (entitled “Copyright Infringement and Remedies”) a system under which the Librarian of Congress, in coordination with the Register of Copyrights, would create and revise “designated technical measures” that apply to each “covered service provider,” or “a provider of online services or network access.”

Source: The SMART Copyright Act ‘Would Hold Tech Accountable,’ Senators Say

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