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Watchdog Group Calls Out 'Bogus Internet Censorship'

EFF's online " "Hall of Shame" spotlights high-profile examples of what it considers violations of copyright and trademark law.

"Free speech in the 21st century often depends on incorporating video clips and other content from various sources," EFF staff attorney Corynne McSherry said in a statement. "It's what 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' does every night. This is 'fair use' of copyrighted or trademarked material and protected under U.S. law. "

Monday, November 2, 2009
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