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The Berne Convention Implementation Act of 1988 is an enactment to implement the provisions of the Berne Convention. This Act makes the U.S. a party to the Berne Convention. The convention aims at the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. This Act brought in major changes to the copyright law like:
1. moral rights; and
2. an area called copyright formalities, including registration, deposit and mandatory copyright notice.