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Google, Internet Users Push Back Against U.S. Copyright

November 4, 2008

Internet companies led by Google Inc. joined groups representing Web users in challenging the Bush administration's bid to toughen international enforcement against copyright pirates...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, representing Web users, sued the U.S. trade office last week, demanding it reveal details of the negotiations.

A leaked draft of the deal showed that the treaty could force Internet service providers to cooperate with copyright holders, the group said.

Monday, September 22, 2008
Bloomberg
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