In the United States, a copyright owner does not freely negotiate license rates and fees. Instead license rates and fees are set by Congress, the Copyright Office, and collective licensing organizations (CROs) that handle licensing on behalf of copyright owners. CROs track and protect six different exclusive rights. The table below summarizes the those rights. […]
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