Digital Rights Management Report from CRS

The Congressional Research Service, a division of the Library of Congress whose goal is to handle research needs of Congress, recently prepared a report which discussed DRM legislation in the 107th and 108th Congresses and reflects some prospects for the 109th Congress.

Though CRS reports are not generally available to the public (in the sense that they are not available on the CRS website or through a request to CRS), hill staff are permitted to distribute copies. An inside-the-beltway friend of mine passed this one along to me to post here.

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