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[FYI] (Fwd) Re: MPAA Preliminary Injunction
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Date sent: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 19:22:05 -0500
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From: John Young <jya@PIPELINE.COM>
Subject: Re: MPAA Preliminary Injunction
To return to a previous topic, MPAA has notified defendant
counsel that it is asking for an amended PI to include sites
that link to sites which offer DeCSS. A copy of that request
should be online soon.
Thus, if granted, this amendment will go against the California
decision to not include such secondary linkages in the CA PI.
And, darn it, I was wrong and Wired reporter Jeff Howe and
Peter Katz (who is NY counsel for defendants and himself a CA
defendant) were right in claiming that Judge Kaplan had denied
including these secondary linkages in the current NY PI.
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