The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement is generating growing concern (witness today's release of a protest letter from civil liberties groups from around the world) as many people learn about the secret copyright treaty for the first time. I've posted video talks and interviews on ACTA, but some have asked for a […]
Archive for December 10th, 2009
Blayne Haggart, a PhD student at Carleton, has a great post explaining why the attempted linkage between Buy American policies (largely state and municipal) and copyright policies (federal) are false.
Howard Knopf provides his take on why SOCAN wanted to keep its copyright submission secret. The key issue – retroactive legislative reform.