Sarah Saunders, who has been keeping an eye on the evolution of the Digital Economy Bill in Britain, points out that amendments have been proposed. These changes seem to bring the bill more in line with other Orphan Works legislation that is progressing in the EU and various countries. Sarah's post with links to the bill and its amendments:
Digital Economy Bill amendments to be discussed
I commented to Sarah's blog as follows:
The requirements mentioned exactly describe the services of the patent-pending ownership identification process of The Copyright Registry at C-Registry.us. It's time for pro-creator British and American counterparts (who support copyright and creators being paid for their work) to join together and actively promote a solution for Orphan Works legislation that is advancing world-wide.