The House Judiciary Committee will continue its “listening tour” in November.
The new dates are Nov. 9 in Silicon Valley and the 10th in Los Angeles.
The hearings are part of the committee’s comprehensive copyright review; U.S. copyright laws have not been updated since 1976.
“The committee is traveling to locations across America to hear directly from creators and innovators about the challenges they face in their creative fields and what changes are needed to ensure U.S. copyright law reflects the digital age in which we live,” stated Chairman Robert Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Ranking Member John Conyers (D-Mich.).
We reported the last such session took place in Nashville in September.