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The MTP Podcast: David Lowery and Chris Castle Discuss Google’s Latest Assault on U.S. Copyright Office and the FCC’s End Run Around Private Contracts

September 10, 2016

 

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Shownotes:

Google-funded group mad that US Copyright Office hasn’t abolished copyright yet by Andrew Orlowski

100 Percent Licensing: U.S. Copyright Office Argues New Proposal Threatens Song Owners’ Rights by Ed Christman

Google Transparency Project:

Google White House Meetings

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Public Knowledge: Captured: Systemic Bias at the Copyright Office

 

Google Shill List:

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Gigi B. Sohn, former Clinton Appointee, Co-Founder Public Knowledge and current Counselor to Chairman Tom Wheeler, Federal Communications Commission

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William Patry, Google lawyer and former policy advisor to the Copyright Office who is frequently cited by Copyright Office

Precursor Blog by Scott Cleland: Will the Federal Communications Congress Try to Unlock Copyright Licensing?

Statement of Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyright, on Orphan Works March 13, 2008.

2006 Report on Orphan Works (Jule Sigall) 

 

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