The Copyright Alliance is today launching a new CopyrightNow app for computers, tablets and smartphones. The CopyrightNow app will enable content producers, attorneys, media company execs – anyone with an interest in copyright. The CopyrightNow app enables users to access up to the minute information on copyright issues from a variety of sources. CopyrightNow offers access to the Copyright Alliance’s blog, legal resources, Twitter feed and other social media resources.
CopyrightNow is being introduced as Congress contemplates making potentially sweeping changes in the nation’s copyright laws. Proponents of the changes contend that the existing legislation is far behind what’s needed to take into account changes in media and the very introduction of digital culture.
We downloaded the app this morning and set it up in under a minute. Here are three ways to get the new CopyrightNow app instantly:
Download the app instantly to any smartphone or tablet by using this link: http://myapp.is/CopyrightNow
Follow the on screen instructions to pin,
or add to desktop, the app to any smartphone or tablet home screen (iOS or Android)
3. Scan QR code
Using your favorite scanner app (bing.com), scan the QR code, open the URL (bit.ly/CopyrightNow), and run as web app, or add to desktop, the app to any smartphone or tablet home screen (iOS or Android)