Fresh off the success protesting unbalanced copyright laws in New Zealand, blackout protests have been launched in France and Ireland, two other countries facing "graduated response" policies.
Archive for March 4th, 2009
Quill & Quire reports on an Indigo employee preventing Julie Wilson, who runs the popular Seen Reading site, from copying a 50-word excerpt from a book, by mistakenly citing copyright law.
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