From Project Disco :
Last week, three major technology associations¹ joined four leading public interest groups²in an amicus brief  arguing against an expansive interpretation of the Audio Home Recording Act (“AHRA”) that would result in the imposition of burdensome fees and technology mandates on a wide range of products, including laptop computers and smartphones.
The Center for Democracy and Technology, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, R Street Institute, and Engine.
- “Project Disco”: https://www.project-disco.org/intellectual-property/060719-resisting-expansion-audio-home-recording-act-aarc-v-denso/
- “amicus brief”: http://www.ccianet.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CCIA-et-al-Brief-in-AARC-v-Denso-et-al.pdf