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Very interesting.

In today's fluid world of digital media, sometimes I see two possible 
future outcomes: either doing away with copyright altogether, or an 
enforcement of intellectual property rights that will amount to a sort of 
"copyright police state." Could make a good science-fiction book.

Marcos

--On Tuesday, April 25, 2006 5:27 PM -0400 "Richard L. Hess" 
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> It gets worse. Perhaps we'll all just sit around and make our own music
> and ignore all major labels.
>
> I don't think this was mentioned previously on this list.
>
> http://news.com.com/Congress+readies+broad+new+digital+copyright+bill/210
> 0-1028_3-6064016.html
>
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Marcos