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DMCA Subpoena Provision Still Endangers Privacy

News.com reports that American Airlines has subpoenaed Google and YouTube, demanding the name of someone who posted an airline training video online. This is yet another abuse of DMCA 512(h), which allows copyright holders to unmask an Internet user's identity based on a mere allegation of infringement without...

USACM Position on DRM

The USACM (U.S. Public Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery) has recently issued a set of policy recommendations regarding DRM. They are sensible and make for good reading.
It's good to see an association made up of technical professionals take a stance on the DRM-related...

DearAOL.com Coalition Grows From 50 Organizations to 500 In One Week

30,000 Email Users Sign Open Letter San Francisco - Despite AOL's attempt to divide its critics, the DearAOL.com Coalition announced Monday it has grown tenfold from 50 organizations to more than 500 as it fights AOL's controversial plan to create a two-tiered Internet that leaves the little guy behind. Last...

Strange Bedfellows Unite to Fight AOL's "Email Tax"

National Conference Call - Tuesday, 1pm EST This Tuesday, an unlikely coalition of left and right, non-profits and small businesses, and Internet advocacy groups will hold a national telephone news conference call to announce an unprecedented combined campaign against AOL's new "pay-to-send" email proposal – which amounts to an "email...

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