Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016
Instead of legislating to get efficient and practical reforms, we get legislation which seeks to give just enough marginal benefit to every possible stakeholder that they are willing to overlook the negative aspects of other parts of the bill.
When it comes to copyright, sometimes complex is better than simple—because what looks like 'simplicity' is really just a recipe for endless litigation.
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