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Bush-Cheney record on intellectual property / DMCA

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the matrix 4
05-08-2012
06:54 PM ET (US)
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Tammy
10-02-2006
06:40 AM ET (US)
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MC
12-20-2000
07:53 AM ET (US)
http://www.boston.com/news/politics/campai...ole_s_in_1996.shtml
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Keith Dawson
12-14-2000
03:22 PM ET (US)
[This discussion sprang from this TBTF Log posting.]

The Clinton-Gore administration oversaw a vast expansion of rights for intellectual-property holders at the expense of the public's right to fair use of materials in which someone claims IP ownership.

I'm curious how Bush-Cheney will treat this subject. My best guess would be a continuing expansion of IP rights claims by benign neglect of the commons. Can anyone cite any campaign statements made by either the Republican candidates or their party?

The Clinton-Gore stance on IP was fueled, the cynics among us say, by Hollywood's unprecedented level of contribution to the Democrats' 1992 and 1996 campaigns (and presumably also to Gore-Lieberman in 2000). Does anyone have hard data on how much the IP interests gave to Bush-Cheney this time around?
Edited 12-14-2000 03:24 PM

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