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The State of Recorded
in the United States:
1. Sound recordings--Conservation and restoration--United States. 2. Sound recordings--Digitization--United States. 3. Digital
preservation--United States. 4. Sound recording libraries--United States. 5. Sound archives--United States. 6. Copyright--
Sound recordings--United States. 7. Copyright and digital preservation--United States. 8. Fair use (Copyright)--United States.
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The National Recording Preservation Board was established at the Library of Congress by the National
Recording Preservation Act of 2000. Among the provisions of the law are a directive to the Board to
study and report on the state of sound recording preservation in the United States. More information
about the National Recording Preservation Board can be found at http://www.loc.gov/rr/record/nrpb/.
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