From Washington Internet Daily :

“Attempts to expand copyright law and increase regulatory control stifle the new creative revolution fueled by the Internet and constant advances in consumer electronics,” said a letter delivered to Congress Monday from several think tanks, advocacy groups and law professors. Think tank R Street Institute signed the letter, and Executive Director Andrew Moylan confirmed its contents and delivery. The letter’s signatories included the Computer and Communications Industry Association, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Internet Association, the Internet Infrastructure Coalition and Public Knowledge, it said. “The free market will find a way to integrate technological innovation in order to compensate creators over time,” the letter said. “Copyright overregulation merely enriches some at the expense of the very creators it claims to help.”

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