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Mar 01, 2004



I note that one of the authors of the report is Susan Crawford, who gave what was for me a turning-point talk on Law and Identity at the State of Play conference in November; it was during her presentation that I realised that hey, these lawyers are not only talking about the issues, but some of them actually understand them and draw the right (from my point of view) conclusions. It was a huge relief!

I'm not surprised, therefore, to find that many of my worries about badly-applied IP laws seem to be addressed in this report. Let's just hope it's as influential as the NY Times supposes it will be.


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