Skip to main content

In Secret, Nations Work Toward Crackdown on Piracy

February 19, 2010

“You’d think it was nuclear weapons kind of stuff, not intellectual property law,” said Eddan Katz, international affairs director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which campaigns against regulation of the Internet. “The fact that there are 30 or 50 people sitting around a table deciding the laws of the world’s nations, when there are major areas of disagreement, seems like a wholesale contravention of the democratic process.”

Monday, February 8, 2010
New York Times
JavaScript license information