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Copyright Office adds RSS Feeds

The US Copyright Office is now offering RSS feeds for some of their pages:

Currently they are offering feeds for these content areas:

Copyright Office Home Page http://www.copyright.gov/rss.xml

NewsNet http://www.copyright.gov/newsnet/rss.xml

Federal Register http://www.copyright.gov/fedreg/rss.xml

Current Legislation http://www.copyright.gov/legislation/rss.xml

Looking at their Federal Register feed I was pleased to see that it was limited to notices put out by the Copyright Office. This is a very helpful feature for people who don’t wish to scan the entire Federal Register Table of Contents each day.

Congrats to the Copyright Office for offering these features. May many other federal agencies follow. Especially with RSS feeds for new publications!

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