Most U.S. Copyright Office fees, including registration and related services will go up starting tomorrow. The price increases are said to help the government agency be “aligned” with the actual cost of providing services. Most basic registration fees will increase from $35 to $55. Filing copyright claims online rises from $65 to $85. Copyright renewal fees will decrease to $100 from $115. For a full list of the new fees see copyright.gov. Related articles Take FMC's Music + Money Quiz 4 Music Law Myths That Indie Musicians Need To Unlearn

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