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Re: [FYI] (Fwd) FC: Weekly column: Why both sides are wrong incopyright debate

>     WASHINGTON--Don't look now, but a team of lobbyists and
>     politicians is gearing up to enact new digital copyright laws that
>     will cost you more money and result in more government
>     regulations.
>     Unhappy with the current reach of the law, the lobbyists and
>     politicians believe that more restrictions levied on U.S.
>     companies are necessary. Their target: The consumer electronics
>     industry, which is already suffering through America's economic
>     malaise and, conceivably, companies that sell music and
>     video-playing software as well.
>     Who is behind this maneuvering? Don't blame Jack Valenti, or the
>     folks over at the Recording Industry Association of America
>     (they're too busy protecting their Web site from further
>     defacements). You'll find the culprits among the "fair use" crowd,
>     whose champions include none other than Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va.,
>     and Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., and whose allies include the
>     Electronic Frontier Foundation, Public Knowledge and
>     DigitalConsumer.org.

Wenns um den bisherigen Mangel der Geraeteabgabe ginge faende ich das


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