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"Losing Our Respect for the Truth for Over 39 Years"
Today we filed the appellant's opening brief in the Ninth Circuit. The brief argues that, starting with the 1976 Copyright Act, Congress changed the fundamental nature of copyright from an opt-in to opt-out system. Therefore, under the rule of Eldred v. Ashcroft, the changes are subject to First Amendment review. Download file
If you're checking-in to read this blog, thank you for hanging in with me. I went away on a long trip over the holidays to India (among other places).