Copyright Ruling May Pave Way for Greater Access to Medical Device Service Manuals

Two months ago, a little-known rulemaking proceeding was underway at the U.S. Copyright Office which, depending upon the outcome, was poised to have favorable implications for the use of electronic medical device equipment manuals by servicers. Today, the Librarian of Congress issued a ruling to accept for the next three years the recommendation of the [...]

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FDA Says Sharing Device Manuals With ISOs Does Not Create Cybersecurity Concerns

A little-known rulemaking proceeding is underway at the U.S. Copyright Office which, depending upon the outcome, may have profoundly favorable implications for the use by servicers of electronic medical device equipment manuals. Every three years under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), the Librarian of Congress, upon receipt of the recommendation of the Register of [...]

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