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Software Freedom Conservancy filed multiple exemptions in the USA
Copyright Office Triennial Rulemaking Process under the Digital Millennium
Copyright Act (DMCA). In this episode, Karen and Bradley explore the
details of Conservancy's filing to request permission to circumvent
technological restriction measures in order to investigate infringement of
other people's copyright, which is a necessary part of investigations of
alleged violations of the GPL and other copyleft licenses.
triennial DMCA Process. (02:50)
Millennium Copyright Act didn't exist. (05:24)
the foundations of the copyright act, but Karen points out that Bradley
isn't a professional copyright historian (yet). He points out he
is an amateur copyright historian (05:45)
but is more a restrictive copyright act than the WCT requires. (06:50)
are linked to from Conservancy's blog post on the subject that, while
they are Copyright Office propaganda, that are helpful to explain the
A Legal Overview of § 1201 (PDF slides only).
exemption requests in the 2020/2021 Rulemaking Process
and a “Long
Form” comment in support of it that was labeled
“Class 16: Computer Programs &—; Copyright License Investigation”
by the Copyright Office (29:00)
mentioned that people can get arrested just for giving talks under the DMCA,
referring to Dmitry Sklyarov
arrested under DMCA. (38:50)
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music written and performed
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