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CopyWrongs

May
12
2005

This week’s column over at eWeek is about last week’s court ruling that the “broadcast flag” – a piece of anti-theft computer code that was supposed to go in your new TV set – wasn’t legit. Combined with the pending decision from the Surpreme Court on MGM v. Grokster, copyright folks – normally quiet lawyerly types – are looking at a long, hot, contentious summer.

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