December 01, 2002

Press-reach of my DMCA exemptions guide

My guide on How To Win (DMCA) Exemptions And Influence Policy seems to be getting around. An item about it ran in EFF's newsletter EFFector:

Seth's guide explains the process in clear and simple English. The guide tells you how you can submit effective comments and participate in shaping copyright law policy. This is your opportunity to let the Librarian of Congress know how the DMCA is impacting you. If you are having difficulties making lawful use of particular digital media because of a technological protection access control, we encourage you to submit comments to the Librarian of Congress.

It's showing up in places from Dave Farber's IP list and comp.dcom.telecom to applelinks and even a blues-music listserv.

Impressive (well, by my poor coverage standards). It makes such a difference, to be supported. The risk/reward ratio of punditry and policy is so attractive sometimes, as opposed to programming.

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in activism , dmca | on December 01, 2002 10:14 AM (Infothought permalink) | Followups

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