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Holden Lenz had just learned to walk when—on Feb. 7, 2007—he stepped into the front lines of the copyright wars...

“Companies that depend on user-generated content —and MySpace, Facebook, AOL, virtually every major Internet company incorporates user-generated content —they create a new and more vibrant public sphere,” says Corynne McSherry, staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco, who is representing Lenz in her lawsuit against UMG. “We have a whole new set of channels of communication. It’s good for con sumers and good for citizens.”

Thursday, February 12, 2009
ABA Law Journal

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