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Public Access Law Libraries | NYCOURTS.GOV

Each county must have a library with legal information that everyone can use. Legal information includes laws, court cases, and other materials that build and expand on the laws of New York State. Law libraries in some counties have legal resources that law libraries in other counties do not, but you can use the online library catalog, called Symphony, to find out what is available at the law library closest to you. Each law library has material that you can use online from your computer, as well as print materials that you can only use inside the library itself. Below, you can find a list of all the law libraries and their addresses, organized alphabetically by county.

 

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Albany County
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Copyright Law of the United States

This publication contains the text of title 17 of the United States Code, including all amendments enacted by Congress through June 30, 2016. It includes the Copyright Act of 1976 and all subsequent amendments to copyright law; the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act of 1984, as amended; and the Vessel Hull Design Protection Act, as amended. The Copyright Office is responsible for registering intellectual property claims under all three.

The United States copyright law is contained in chapters 1 through 8 and 10 through 12 of title 17 of the United States Code. The Copyright Act of 1976, which provides the basic framework for the current copyright law, was enacted on October 19, 1976, as Pub. L. No. 94-553, 90 Stat. 2541. The 1976 Act was a comprehensive revision of the copyright law in title 17. Listed below in chronological order of their enactment are the Copyright Act of 1976

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They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside

The master wears an amulet with a blue eye in the center. Before him, a candidate kneels in the candlelit room, surrounded by microscopes and surgical implements. The year is roughly 1746. The initiation has begun.

The master places a piece of paper in front of the candidate and orders him to put on a pair of eyeglasses. “Read,” the master commands. The candidate squints, but it’s an impossible task. The page is blank.

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The candidate is told not to panic; there is hope for his vision to improve. The master wipes the candidate’s eyes with a cloth and orders preparation for the surgery to commence. He selects a pair of tweezers from the table. The other members in attendance raise their candles.

The master starts plucking hairs from the candidate’s eyebrow. This is a ritualistic procedure; no flesh is cut. But these are “symbolic actions

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