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<DOC> [2001 Privacy Act] [From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access] #.COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL #....System name: Location Lists of Coin-Operated Phonorecord Players (Jukeboxes). System location: Copyright Royalty Tribunal, 1111 20th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036. Categories of individuals covered by the system: Operators of Coin- operated Phonorecord Players (Jukeboxes). Categories of records in the system: Location of coin-operated phonorecord players. Authority for maintenance of the system: 17 U.S.C. 116(C)(5). Routine uses of records maintained in the system, including categories of users and the purposes of such uses: To establish location records so that persons who can reasonably be expected to have a royalty claim to the license fee paid by coin-operated phonorecord players may have access to establishments and jukeboxes to determine the proportion of contribution of their musical works to the earnings of jukeboxes by survey or otherwise. Policies and practices for storing, retrieving, accessing, retaining, and disposing of records in the system: Storage: File folders in locked metal cabinets. Retrievability: By jukebox location. Safeguards: Locked in metal cabinets, access only for operators who have submitted such records, through Tribunal personnel. Retention and disposal: Such records will be retained until they are no longer considered necessary by the Tribunal and then shredded. System manager(s) and address: Chairman, Copyright Royalty Tribunal. Notification procedure: Contact Systems Manager. Record access procedures: Contact Systems Manager. #.COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL Title 37-Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights Chapter III-Copyright Royalty Tribunal PART 301-COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL RULES OF PROCEDURE Subpart C-Public Access to and Inspection of Records Source: 43 FR 53719, Nov. 17, 1978. Sec. 301.24 Privacy Act. (a) The Privacy Act of 1974 (Pub. L. 93-579) 5 U.S.C. 552(a), concerns only requests which contain personal information retrievable by a personal identified. This section does not apply to personnel records located in Government-wide systems elsewhere. The purpose of the Privacy Act is to enable individuals to: (1) Learn if the Tribunal maintains records concerning them; (2) Have access to such records; (3) Learn if and to whom the Tribunal has disclosed such records; and (4) Amend such records. The Tribunal, in compliance with paragraph (a)(4) of this section, will record the disclosures of all records, their dates, the material disclosed, and to whom the material has been disclosed. (b) A request made under the Privacy Act must be in writing, captioned ``Privacy Act Request,'' and identify as accurately as possible the records in question and the nature of the information desired. This section is not to be construed as allowing an individual access to information compiled in reasonable anticipation of a civil action or proceeding. (c) The request must be signed by the person making it, and such signature will be considered certification that the person signing is either the individual involved or that person's guardian. If the Chairman considers it necessary, he may require additional verification. Section 552(a)(i)(3) of the Privacy Act; 5 U.S.C. 552(a)(i)(3), states the penalties for false representation. (d) If a medical record is involved and the chairman feels that its disclosure might adversely affect the individual, he shall require that person to designate a medical doctor to whom the record will be transmitted. (e) Within 10 working days after the Tribunal has received such a request, the Chairman shall acknowledge its receipt to the requester and within 30 days shall inform the requester how the records may be inspected and the cost for copying, unless the records are exempted under Sec. 301.21(c). (f) If an individual who has obtained access to personal records wishes to have those records amended, he or she must make such a request in writing, state the nature of the information desired amended, and cite the reasons. Within 10 working days after the Tribunal has received such a request, the Chairman shall acknowledge its receipt and inform the requester whether or not the request has been granted. If the request is denied, the Chairman shall explain why and inform the requester of the right to appeal the denial to the Tribunal. All appeals must be in writing, with the caption ``Privacy Act Appeal,'' and the Chairman will inform the requester of their disposition within 30 working days, unless there is good cause for the time to be extended. If the appeal is denied the requester will be notified of the provision for judicial review under 5 U.S.C. 552(b). (g) Exempt from this section is all investigatory material compiled for law enforcement purposes as stipulated in 5 U.S.C. 552(k)(2).
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