Monday, November 19, 2012

Shock. Republicans (briefly) speak the truth about copyright

From arstechnica:

On Friday afternoon, an influential group representing conservative Republicans in the House of Representatives released a shockingly sensible memo calling for sweeping reforms of the nation's copyright laws. But less than 24 hours later, the group's executive director, Paul Teller, issued a statement saying he was recalling the memo because it had been "published without adequate review."

It's here:

Three Myths About Copyright Law and Where to Start to Fix It

HT: Dr Rimmer



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1 comments:

KnifeySpoony said...

If even the republicans are capable of occasional good sense what is the excuse for our politicians here in Australia.....

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