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Republican Study Committee issues, then pulls, Copyright Policy Brief
headline reads, "GOP Smart on Copyright for 24 Hours."
reports "RSC yanks Policy Brief Bashing Copyright Law as Corporate Welfare."
On Nov. 16 the RSC issued this insightful
Three Myths about Copyright Law and Where to Start to Fix It
, authored by Georgetown Law student Derek Khanna. Before the weekend was over, the RSC's Executive Director Paul Teller had retracted the brief via e-mail, claiming it had not undergone adequate review. On the
today, the link to the brief is broken and there is no apparent mention of the retraction.
It is being reported that the brief was pulled under pressure from the entertainment industry. Whatever the truth is, pulling the brief has only elevated its status. Khanna's brief has outlived its moment in the sun on the RSC website and has us all talking about rational copyright reform. Good work, Derek!
Ms. Tracy L. Thompson-Przylucki
Tue, Nov 20, 2012 10:41 AM
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