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  • 6 Dec, 2011: 45 Public Interest Groups Send Letter to WIPO on IP Enforcement Activities
    Forty-five civil society groups concerned about efforts to ratchet-up the enforcement of intellectual property rights beyond healthy levels sent a letter to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) this week to their express concern on WIPO's continued promotion of a "maximalist" agenda with respect to intellectual property rights. The civil society letter reminded WIPO that this approach undermine's development ...

  • 25 Nov, 2011: Landmark Ruling for Europe on Fair Balance Between Copyright & Fundamental Human Rights
    The European Union's highest court issued a key legal ruling overturning a Belgian law that would have required Internet service providers to monitor all Internet traffic passing through their systems with the goal of protecting copyright holders' rights.  In a closely watched case, the European Court of Justice struck down a Belgian court ruling from 2007 that forced ISPs to ...

  • 30 Apr, 2010: 2010 USTR Special 301 Report
    United States Trade Representative (USTR) Special 301 Report: Who's been naughty and who's been nice to US intellectual property interests (according to the USTR)? 2010 Country "Watch" Lists.

  • 18 Apr, 2009: Robin Gross on CBC Radio’s “As It Happens” to Discuss Sweden’s Pirate Bay Legal Decision

  • 14 Mar, 2009: Canada Favours Early Release of ACTA Text (Geist)
    "While the U.S. claims that ACTA documents are a matter of national security and the European Parliament demands greater transparency, it would appear that the Canadian delegation would favour an early release of the draft treaty. According to a confidential November 2008 memorandum that was prepared for Stockwell Day, the Minister of International Trade obtained under the Access to ...

  • 12 Mar, 2009: European Parliament to EU: Turn over ACTA docs! (Ars Technica)
    The European Parliament has demanded more transparency in the EU, and it made a point of singling out the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Parliament has been considering a general transparency bill, but one amendment to the bill demanded access to ACTA documents—access that negotiators have so far been unwilling to provide. "In accordance with Article 255(1) of the ...

  • 12 Mar, 2009: Copyright treaty is classified for ‘national security’ (CNET)
    "President Obama's White House has tightened the cloak of government secrecy still further, saying in a letter this week that a discussion draft of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and related materials are "classified in the interest of national security pursuant to Executive Order 12958." The 1995 Executive Order 12958 allows material to be classified only if disclosure would do ...

  • 16 Feb, 2009: WTO Panel Decision on IP Case Favorable to China, Experts Say (TWN)
    "The World Trade Organization on 26 January issued a panel report in a case brought by the US challenging China's enforcement of intellectual property rights. While the case has been commonly reported as a victory for the US, careful and detailed analysis of the panel ruling indicates that China's intellectual property laws have been vindicated in the most important areas that ...

  • 9 Feb, 2009: ACTA, ISP Liability, Limitations & Exceptions Top Global Copyright Issues in 2009 (IP-Watch)
    "The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement has sparked an outcry from public interest groups. “The speed with which it has been rushed through - and the secrecy of the meetings and the provisions is alarming,” said IP Justice Executive Director Robin Gross. ACTA will make routine surveillance of laptops, iPods and other devices in the hope of finding questionable music, videos and ...

  • 6 Feb, 2009: Battaglia di copyright sul poster-icona di Obama (La Repubblica)
    Il suo poster, con i colori della bandiera americana e la scritta "Hope", speranza, ha fatto il giro del mondo, è stato riprodotto in migliaia di riviste e siti Internet, diventando il simbolo della campagna per le presidenziali di Barack Obama. Ma ora Shepard Fairey, il 38enne illustratore di Los Angeles che con quella locandina ha acquisito fama mondiale, si ...

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Treaties & Agreements
  • 6 Dec, 2011: 45 Public Interest Groups Send Letter to WIPO on IP Enforcement Activities
    Forty-five civil society groups concerned about efforts to ratchet-up the enforcement of intellectual property rights beyond healthy levels sent a letter to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) this week to their express concern on WIPO's continued promotion of a "maximalist" agenda with respect to intellectual property rights. The civil society letter reminded WIPO that this approach undermine's development ...

  • 15 Nov, 2007: Ask First, ACTA Later (Michael Geist)
    The Australian government has launched a public consultation on its possible involvement in the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement negotiations. Unlike the Canadian government, which jumped at the chance to join the U.S. in the negotiations with no advance warning and no public discussion, the Australians are taking the time to ask the public whether it thinks the country should participate ...

  • 19 Mar, 2007: The Basic Principles of TRIPS (IPR HelpDesk)
    There are two principles that influence the interpretation and application of TRIPS and that must be mentioned here: the principle of national treatment and the most favoured nation principle.

World IP News
  • 25 Nov, 2011: Landmark Ruling for Europe on Fair Balance Between Copyright & Fundamental Human Rights
    The European Union's highest court issued a key legal ruling overturning a Belgian law that would have required Internet service providers to monitor all Internet traffic passing through their systems with the goal of protecting copyright holders' rights.  In a closely watched case, the European Court of Justice struck down a Belgian court ruling from 2007 that forced ISPs to ...

  • 30 Apr, 2010: 2010 USTR Special 301 Report
    United States Trade Representative (USTR) Special 301 Report: Who's been naughty and who's been nice to US intellectual property interests (according to the USTR)? 2010 Country "Watch" Lists.

  • 18 Apr, 2009: Robin Gross on CBC Radio’s “As It Happens” to Discuss Sweden’s Pirate Bay Legal Decision

  • 14 Mar, 2009: Canada Favours Early Release of ACTA Text (Geist)
    "While the U.S. claims that ACTA documents are a matter of national security and the European Parliament demands greater transparency, it would appear that the Canadian delegation would favour an early release of the draft treaty. According to a confidential November 2008 memorandum that was prepared for Stockwell Day, the Minister of International Trade obtained under the Access to ...

  • 12 Mar, 2009: European Parliament to EU: Turn over ACTA docs! (Ars Technica)
    The European Parliament has demanded more transparency in the EU, and it made a point of singling out the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Parliament has been considering a general transparency bill, but one amendment to the bill demanded access to ACTA documents—access that negotiators have so far been unwilling to provide. "In accordance with Article 255(1) of the ...

  • 12 Mar, 2009: Copyright treaty is classified for ‘national security’ (CNET)
    "President Obama's White House has tightened the cloak of government secrecy still further, saying in a letter this week that a discussion draft of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and related materials are "classified in the interest of national security pursuant to Executive Order 12958." The 1995 Executive Order 12958 allows material to be classified only if disclosure would do ...

  • 16 Feb, 2009: WTO Panel Decision on IP Case Favorable to China, Experts Say (TWN)
    "The World Trade Organization on 26 January issued a panel report in a case brought by the US challenging China's enforcement of intellectual property rights. While the case has been commonly reported as a victory for the US, careful and detailed analysis of the panel ruling indicates that China's intellectual property laws have been vindicated in the most important areas that ...

  • 9 Feb, 2009: ACTA, ISP Liability, Limitations & Exceptions Top Global Copyright Issues in 2009 (IP-Watch)
    "The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement has sparked an outcry from public interest groups. “The speed with which it has been rushed through - and the secrecy of the meetings and the provisions is alarming,” said IP Justice Executive Director Robin Gross. ACTA will make routine surveillance of laptops, iPods and other devices in the hope of finding questionable music, videos and ...

  • 6 Feb, 2009: Battaglia di copyright sul poster-icona di Obama (La Repubblica)
    Il suo poster, con i colori della bandiera americana e la scritta "Hope", speranza, ha fatto il giro del mondo, è stato riprodotto in migliaia di riviste e siti Internet, diventando il simbolo della campagna per le presidenziali di Barack Obama. Ma ora Shepard Fairey, il 38enne illustratore di Los Angeles che con quella locandina ha acquisito fama mondiale, si ...

  • 4 Feb, 2009: AP Alleges Copyright Infringement of Obama Image (Associated Press)
    "Robin Gross, an intellectual property attorney who heads IP Justice, an international civil liberties organization, believes that Fairey had the right to use the photo, saying that he intended it for a political cause, not commercial use. "Fairey's purpose of the use for the photo was political or civic, and this will certainly count in favor of the poster ...

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Africa
Asia
  • 16 Feb, 2009: WTO Panel Decision on IP Case Favorable to China, Experts Say (TWN)
    "The World Trade Organization on 26 January issued a panel report in a case brought by the US challenging China's enforcement of intellectual property rights. While the case has been commonly reported as a victory for the US, careful and detailed analysis of the panel ruling indicates that China's intellectual property laws have been vindicated in the most important areas that ...

  • 27 Jan, 2009: WTO Issues Final Decision On US-China Copyright Dispute (IP-Watch)
    China has been found in violation of two of its responsibilities under international rules on trade and intellectual property, and in partial violation of one more, said a World Trade Organization panel report on the US-China dispute over copyright and customs matters released Monday. But the panel did not make a decision on some of the US claims. The ...

  • 28 May, 2008: ‘Fair use’ stipulation planned for intellectual property in Japan (asahi.com)
    "The government will ease its stringent restrictions on using copyrighted works, a development that will affect activities ranging from posting personal pictures on websites to developing Internet search engines, sources said. The Intellectual Property Strategy Headquarters, led by Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda, has decided to make a Japanese version of a U.S. copyright law stipulation that allows for the ...

  • 28 Nov, 2007: WTO Launches Probe On China Distribution; Reviews Thai IP Policies (IP-Watch)
    The World Trade Organization has launched an investigation into allegations that China is unfairly limiting the flow of copyrighted material from the United States into the country. Meanwhile, the WTO issued the periodic review of Thailand’s policies including a discussion of intellectual property rights. US concerns in the new dispute are that China provides “less favourable distribution opportunities for ...

  • 24 Nov, 2007: WTO Panel on Chinese Content Distribution Delayed (IP-Watch)
    "The formation of a World Trade Organization panel requested by the United States on China’s distribution of American copyrighted material was delayed this week after a procedural move on an unrelated matter. The US panel request was to be considered by the WTO Dispute Settlement Body on 19 November, but the agenda for the meeting was blocked by Taiwan ...

  • 21 Nov, 2007: S. Korea Urged to Increase IPR in EU Trade Talks (IP-Watch)
    South Korea has been urged to strengthen its intellectual property rules in order to sign a free trade agreement with the European Union. Talks are underway between the EU and the Seoul government aimed at achieving a far-reaching liberalisation of commerce between the two sides. In a report approved on 20 November by the European Parliament’s international trade ...

  • 18 Oct, 2007: US should be more rational about IPR issues - China official UPDATE (Forbes.com)
    "Speaking to reporters, Tian said that China's IPR legal system will take some time to evolve, noting that Western IPR concepts took some time to mature. 'China's IPR legal system has only existed for 20 years,' he said. 'Britain took 300 years and America 200 years. We need at least another generation.'

  • 11 Oct, 2007: US Requests Second WTO Panel On China’s IP Protection (IP-Watch)
    "The United States has decided to step up its challenge to China’’s restrictions on copyright-protected books, music and films by asking the World Trade Organization to establish a dispute settlement panel. During June and July, the US and China held formal talks over trade restrictions applied by the Beijing authorities. “Those discussions have not led to a resolution of ...

  • 27 Sep, 2007: China ‘regrets’ US repeated IPR complaint to WTO (China Daily)
    "China regrets that the United States has appealed to the World Trade Organization (WTO) for the second time to set up an expert panel to investigate US complaints that China is failing to do enough to protect intellectual property rights (IPRs), a Chinese government spokesman said on Thursday. The Chinese government would actively respond to the US request and ...

  • 27 Sep, 2007: WTO Inquiry Launched Into US Complaints Against China’s IP Record (IP-Watch)
    "A World Trade Organization panel will formally investigate United States complaints that China has failed to adequately protect intellectual property rights on goods such as software and movies, a move criticised by Beijing. WTO’s Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) on 25 September established a panel following Washington’s second request to look into its allegations against China. Findings from the inquiry ...

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Australia and Oceania
  • 23 Oct, 2007: Copyright - Digital Technologies - New Zealand
    By Nandor Tanczos MP, Green Party Spokesperson on Commerce. Second Reading Speech. The Greens alone opposed this bill at its first reading. We voted against it because, contrary to the ministry’s 2002 advice, it served to protect access control technology, which is technology that has been used to price discriminate and control geographical distribution of works, to the detriment of ...

  • 7 Aug, 2007: Reverse engineering gets the nod in new New Zealand Copyright Bill draft, however consumers have reason to be concerned (ComputerWorld)
    "Consumers still have reasons to be fearful of proposed new copyright legislation, but for inventors and adapters of technology, the outcome is looking brighter. Consumer champions have protested that Parliament’s Commerce Select Committee, while upholding format-shifting for copyright works in new legislation, has also allowed copyright-owners to contract out of the law. However, adaptors’ and inventors’ rights have ...

  • 14 May, 2007: Copyright law reinforces monopoly, Open Source Society warns New Zealand MPs (Computerworld)
    The New Zealand Open Source Society is opposing those parts of the Copyright Amendment Bill that would make it illegal to circumvent technological protection of copyright. The society argued, before a parliamentary committee, that such measures would reinforce Microsoft’s market power. Addressing Parliament’s Commerce Committee, the NZOSS gave the planned changes to the Copyright Act a big thumbs-down. ...

  • 31 Dec, 2004: Archive of documents from 2004 and prior
    Free Trade Implementation Bill, IP Chapter http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/jsct/usafta/report/chapter16.pdf Trade bill in the Australian house, introduced at the request of the United States. Strongly opposed by education sector, librarians, civil libertarians, and economists. "Libraries Caught in Copyright Changes" The Age (AU) Transcript of Canberra Hearing in Australian Senate on trade bill aph.gov.au

European Union
  • 25 Nov, 2011: Landmark Ruling for Europe on Fair Balance Between Copyright & Fundamental Human Rights
    The European Union's highest court issued a key legal ruling overturning a Belgian law that would have required Internet service providers to monitor all Internet traffic passing through their systems with the goal of protecting copyright holders' rights.  In a closely watched case, the European Court of Justice struck down a Belgian court ruling from 2007 that forced ISPs to ...

  • 18 Apr, 2009: Robin Gross on CBC Radio’s “As It Happens” to Discuss Sweden’s Pirate Bay Legal Decision

  • 12 Mar, 2009: European Parliament to EU: Turn over ACTA docs! (Ars Technica)
    The European Parliament has demanded more transparency in the EU, and it made a point of singling out the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Parliament has been considering a general transparency bill, but one amendment to the bill demanded access to ACTA documents—access that negotiators have so far been unwilling to provide. "In accordance with Article 255(1) of the ...

  • 3 Nov, 2008: European NGO FFII Opposes Stealth Legislation, Demands ACTA Documents Be Made Public
    The Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure (FFII) has requested 12 secret Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) documents from the EU Council. Behind closed doors, the EU, US, Japan and other countries are negotiating ACTA. The negotiating parties plan on making the ACTA text public only after the parties have agreed to it. Based on leaked information, the FFII is ...

  • 6 Mar, 2008: Complaint Lodged Over EU Parliament’s Exclusive Use Of Microsoft Systems (IP-Watch)
    A formal complaint has been lodged with the European Parliament over how its information technology systems rely almost exclusively on software manufactured by Microsoft. Advocates of open standard software, which is developed on a not-for-profit basis, allege that the Seattle-based giant enjoys an effective monopoly or ‘lock-in’ within the European Union institutions. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) and ...

  • 26 Feb, 2008: Lobby groups oppose plans for EU copyright extension
    The European Commission currently has proposals on the table to extend performers' copyright terms. Described by Professor Martin Kretschmer as the "Beatles Extension Act", the proposed measure would extend copyright from 50 to 95 years after recording. A vast number of classical tracks are at stake; the copyright on recordings from the fifties and early sixties is nearing its expiration ...

  • 23 Feb, 2008: UK Gowers Review on Intellectual Property (Dec. 2006 Final Report)
    "The principle recommendations of the Review are aimed at: 1. tackling IP crime and ensuring that rights are well enforced; 2. reducing the costs and complexity of the system; and 3. reforming copyright law to allow individuals and institutions to use content in ways consistent with the digital age. The IP framework must create incentives for innovation, without unduly ...

  • 30 Jan, 2008: French Police Move to Open Source
    The French paramilitary police force said Wednesday it is ditching Microsoft for the free Linux operating system, becoming one of the biggest administrations in the world to make the break. The move completes the gendarmerie's severance from Microsoft which began in 2005 when it moved to open sourcing for office applications such as word processing. It switched to open ...

  • 29 Jan, 2008: Top EU Court: File-Sharers Don’t Have to be Named (Reuters)
    EU countries can refuse to disclose names of file sharers on the Internet in civil cases, the EU's top court said on Tuesday in a blow to copyright holders trying to fight digital piracy. The European Court of Justice ruled on a dispute between Spanish music rights holders association Promusicae and Spain's top telecommunications operator, Telefonica. "Community law ...

  • 10 Dec, 2007: Dutch government threatens to sideline Microsoft (MacWorld)
    "Proposed legislation that would mandate the use of the Open Document Format (ODF) across the entire Dutch government has infuriated Microsoft. On Wednesday the Dutch parliament will discuss a plan to mandate use of the Open Document Format (ODF) at government agencies. The proposal is part of a wider plan to increase the sustainability of information and innovation, while ...

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Western Hemisphere
  • 30 Apr, 2010: 2010 USTR Special 301 Report
    United States Trade Representative (USTR) Special 301 Report: Who's been naughty and who's been nice to US intellectual property interests (according to the USTR)? 2010 Country "Watch" Lists.

  • 10 Sep, 2008: Proposed Copyright Law a ‘Gift’ to Hollywood, Info Groups Say (Wired)
    "If the Senate version becomes law, it is not immediately clear how the Justice Department's expanded powers would work in practice. For example, would the department assume the role of the Recording Industry Association of America, which has sued more than 30,000 people in the United States for copyright infringement since 2003?..."

  • 15 May, 2008: US Congress Cites Free Expression as Reason ICANN Must Remain Controlled by US Govt.
    US Congressmen are up to their old tricks of pretending to care about free expression publicly, while undermining it's practice with their policy decisions -- especially when it comes to free speech on the Internet. Congressman Edward Markey, the Chairman of the Congressional Sub-committee on Telecommunications and the Internet sent a letter urging the US Government to refuse ...

  • 12 May, 2008: Crown copyright is overdue for retirement (Toronto Star)
    "...Given the significant costs associated with a program that does more harm than good and that appears susceptible to political manipulation, any new copyright reform should eliminate Crown copyright and adopt in its place a presumption that government materials belong to the public domain to be freely used without prior permission or compensation."

  • 30 Apr, 2008: CIPPIC Submission on ACTA to Canadian Government
    The content of ACTA could have significant implications for Canada. Counterfeiting activity harms Canadian consumers and Canadian trade. All Canadians endorse the dedication of appropriate law-enforcement resources to addressing trade-debilitating commercial infringement. However, intellectual property policy equally touches on important policy frameworks governing innovation, privacy, security, trade, creativity and freedom of expression. Enthusiasm to address the harms legitimately attributed ...

  • 25 Apr, 2008: USTR Press Release on 2008 Special 301 List
    Report Highlights US Industry Desire for More Restrictive Intellectual Property Protection, Acknowledges Compliance by Some US Trading Partners....

  • 25 Apr, 2008: Canada Remains in Good Company in USTR Special 301 Report (Micheal Geist)
    "The U.S. Trade Representative has released its annual Special 301 report, in which it criticizes dozens of countries over their intellectual property laws while ignoring its own shortcomings. Despite demands from the copyright lobby that Canada be placed on the "Priority Watch List," Canada is again on the lower level Watch List along with 35 other countries including Norway, ...

  • 13 Feb, 2008: No One Likes a Bully: the IIPA and Canada (William Patry)
    "Despite the use of the word “International” in its name, the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) is an umbrella group comprised of 7 U.S. trade associations: the Association of American Publishers, Business Software Alliance, Entertainment Software Association (video game industry), The Independent Film & Television Alliance, The Motion Picture Association of America, National Music Publishers’ Association, and Recording Industry Association ...

  • 16 Jan, 2008: US Supreme Court Declines to Hear “Orphan Works” Case (Library Journal)
    "The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of Kahle v. Ashcroft, brought by Internet Archive and Open Content Alliance founders Brewster Kahle and Rick Prelinger in 2003, which challenged the constitutionality of the current copyright regime. Although not unexpected, the Supreme Court's refusal comes after a recent ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals raised hopes ...

  • 2 Dec, 2007: PC World Names the Most Anti-Tech Organization in America (PC World)
    These groups line up against tech interests in courtrooms and corridors of power across the country: RIAA & MPAA, Big Pharma, BioTech, BigTelco, Verizon, AT&T, Progress & Freedom Foundation, large wireless carriers. Read Mark Sullivan's analysis...

North America
  • 30 Apr, 2010: 2010 USTR Special 301 Report
    United States Trade Representative (USTR) Special 301 Report: Who's been naughty and who's been nice to US intellectual property interests (according to the USTR)? 2010 Country "Watch" Lists.

  • 10 Sep, 2008: Proposed Copyright Law a ‘Gift’ to Hollywood, Info Groups Say (Wired)
    "If the Senate version becomes law, it is not immediately clear how the Justice Department's expanded powers would work in practice. For example, would the department assume the role of the Recording Industry Association of America, which has sued more than 30,000 people in the United States for copyright infringement since 2003?..."

  • 15 May, 2008: US Congress Cites Free Expression as Reason ICANN Must Remain Controlled by US Govt.
    US Congressmen are up to their old tricks of pretending to care about free expression publicly, while undermining it's practice with their policy decisions -- especially when it comes to free speech on the Internet. Congressman Edward Markey, the Chairman of the Congressional Sub-committee on Telecommunications and the Internet sent a letter urging the US Government to refuse ...

  • 12 May, 2008: Crown copyright is overdue for retirement (Toronto Star)
    "...Given the significant costs associated with a program that does more harm than good and that appears susceptible to political manipulation, any new copyright reform should eliminate Crown copyright and adopt in its place a presumption that government materials belong to the public domain to be freely used without prior permission or compensation."

  • 30 Apr, 2008: CIPPIC Submission on ACTA to Canadian Government
    The content of ACTA could have significant implications for Canada. Counterfeiting activity harms Canadian consumers and Canadian trade. All Canadians endorse the dedication of appropriate law-enforcement resources to addressing trade-debilitating commercial infringement. However, intellectual property policy equally touches on important policy frameworks governing innovation, privacy, security, trade, creativity and freedom of expression. Enthusiasm to address the harms legitimately attributed ...

  • 25 Apr, 2008: USTR Press Release on 2008 Special 301 List
    Report Highlights US Industry Desire for More Restrictive Intellectual Property Protection, Acknowledges Compliance by Some US Trading Partners....

  • 25 Apr, 2008: Canada Remains in Good Company in USTR Special 301 Report (Micheal Geist)
    "The U.S. Trade Representative has released its annual Special 301 report, in which it criticizes dozens of countries over their intellectual property laws while ignoring its own shortcomings. Despite demands from the copyright lobby that Canada be placed on the "Priority Watch List," Canada is again on the lower level Watch List along with 35 other countries including Norway, ...

  • 13 Feb, 2008: No One Likes a Bully: the IIPA and Canada (William Patry)
    "Despite the use of the word “International” in its name, the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) is an umbrella group comprised of 7 U.S. trade associations: the Association of American Publishers, Business Software Alliance, Entertainment Software Association (video game industry), The Independent Film & Television Alliance, The Motion Picture Association of America, National Music Publishers’ Association, and Recording Industry Association ...

  • 16 Jan, 2008: US Supreme Court Declines to Hear “Orphan Works” Case (Library Journal)
    "The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of Kahle v. Ashcroft, brought by Internet Archive and Open Content Alliance founders Brewster Kahle and Rick Prelinger in 2003, which challenged the constitutionality of the current copyright regime. Although not unexpected, the Supreme Court's refusal comes after a recent ruling by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals raised hopes ...

  • 2 Dec, 2007: PC World Names the Most Anti-Tech Organization in America (PC World)
    These groups line up against tech interests in courtrooms and corridors of power across the country: RIAA & MPAA, Big Pharma, BioTech, BigTelco, Verizon, AT&T, Progress & Freedom Foundation, large wireless carriers. Read Mark Sullivan's analysis...

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South America