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Karen and Bradley discuss two other DMCA exemptions filed by Software

Freedom Conservancy during the 2020/2021 Triennial Rulemaking Process at

the copyright office: one for wireless router firmwares and one for

privacy research.

Show Notes:

Segment 0 (00:39)

Segment 1 (06:30)

NPR's

Planet Money had a show that discussed how recycling plastic in

the USA was somewhat of a large con game funded by the plastics industry

.

Both audio

a transcript is

available. (19:32, 20:44)

Segment 2 (29:10)

  • Bradley and Karen discuss the third exemption request that Conservancy

    filed, for

    research to find privacy flaws, and updated it with a long

    comment on the issue.

Karen and Bradley noted that individuals

can file reply comments before the deadline of Wednesday 10 March 2021 at

23:59 US/Eastern

. Note that the “neutral comment”

requirement appears to no longer be listed; the 2021-03-10 (47:20)

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