The House Judiciary Committee will begin a sweeping review of U.S. copyright regulations -- which are grounded in a 1976 law and haven't been revised in 15 years -- to determine if they can still be adequately applied in an age where anyone can publish anything. The review, proposed by committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., has received support from stakeholder groups and could lead to revisions that ensure protections for content creators while accepting the reality of the Internet era.

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