Here, in the Reciept Analysis Control Center, items which are photocopies of items (as seen to the left) to be registered are deemed to fall into the “nonsecure" category, and are transported in open cases. This doesn’t mean they are being mis-handled, but rather, the items are considered to not be as fragile as other items that come into the office.
So, rest-assured, the Copyright Office is handling your registration with care.
Items such as cassettes, valuable photographs, valuable CD's or CD-ROM's, video cassettes, film reels, adult materials, etc, are determined to be “secure" and are delivered in locked rolling carts to the Copyright Office (as seen, on the right.)
A Walk Through The Copyright Office:
- The CO – Introduction
- The CO – Your Registration Arrives
- The CO – Come On In
- The CO – Step 2
- The CO – Step 3
- The CO – Step 4
- The CO – Step 4A (Optional)
- The CO – Step 5
- The CO – Step 6
- The CO – Step 7
- The CO – All Done
- The CO – Special Circumstances (For You)
- The CO – Special Circumstances (For The CO)
- The CO – Closing Thoughts
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