Friday, October 1, 2010

"The Copyright Principles Project: Directions for Reform"

A group called the "Copyright Principles Project" has issued a report called "The Copyright Principles Project: Directions for Reform."  The group is headed by Professor Pam Samuelson of U.C. Berkeley. 

According to the High Tech Law Institute of Santa Clara Law School (whose Tyler Ochoa was a member of the group), the report "explores ideas for meaningful reforms to the U.S. copyright system" and "examines several ways to improve and update the law in an era of rapid technological change."

The 68-page report contains 25 recommendations.  If I get a chance, I'll update this post with a summary.

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