Posted on March 27, 2010 by Simon Phipps
This much shorter paper (from a conference address) is valuable as an explanation and description from a respected and knowledgeable expert on why we are getting such bad law proposed around copyright. The reason? The scope of stakeholdership has expanded (you and I are now stakeholders in copyright law in a way that was not the case before the connected era) but there are no seats at the table reserved for us. Read this and pass it on.
This Washington Post article is a loud, clear call for review that the Obama administration surely cannot ignore unless they have a Mandelson-level disregard for citizens in preference for the media lobby.
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