IPAC: Consumer Friendly CopyRight
November 30th, 2004
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Wired reports on IPAC an organisation committed to a “…balanced intellectual property policy..” :

“…Copyright is supposed to be a balance in the Constitution,” said David Alpert, president of IPac, which launched about a month before the 2004 election. “The government should not be in the business of preventing technology changes just because some companies are afraid it might hurt their existing business models…IPac pledges to support candidates and elected officials who fight for a balance in copyright law: The group will support those who advocate for laws that will pay creators without limiting political expression, innovation or research and education, and back laws that foster new creativity. The group says it believes that intellectual property laws should be clear so technologists can innovate without being sued…”


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