January 9, 2008

CHINA IN AMERICA: Representatives from NBC, Microsoft, several digital filtering companies and telecom giant AT&T said the time was right to start filtering for copyrighted content at the network level. Call them the Copyright Commissars.

UPDATE: Orin Kerr: “Would ISPs risk massive liability under the Wiretap Act to try to combat copyright infringement? I can’t imagine why they would do that, but I suppose that’s a question to ask them and their lawyers.”

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