Lost amidst the ACTA news last week (on this blog at least) was the launch of the Public Domain Manifesto, a terrific initiative produced by a European group focused on the digital public domain. Add your name today!
Archive for February, 2010
The USTR won't reveal ACTA, but it claims that fears associated with the still-secret treaty are based on "misconceptions."
Spiegel Online runs a lengthy feature on ACTA from a German perspective.
With the conclusion of the 7th round of ACTA negotiations in Guadalajara, Mexico last week, participating countries issued the now-standard boilerplate statement that merely repeats the agenda items and provides no real insight into the progress of the talks. While the statement is does little to advance the desire for […]
U.S. President Barack Obama has reinforced his support for net neutrality. When asked about the issue, he responded "I’m a big believer in Net Neutrality. I campaigned on this. I continue to be a strong supporter of it. My FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has indicated that he shares the view […]