Will my registration records help provide contact information for someone interested in using my work?

“Yes. Records of copyright registrations and documents that are recorded in relationship to them can be used by the public to identify the author(s) and copyright owner(s) of a work. The public record may also provide information about an agent of the owner who can be contacted to license the registered work or to request permission to use it.”
U.S. Copyright Office, eCO Frequently Asked Questions

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