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[d@DCC] RE: Part II of Heritage TPM study released.

From: "Chris Brand" <Chris_Brand _-at-_>
To: "General Discussion" <discuss (at)>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 09:37:11 -0700

>  No mention of the fact that "Legal protection of TPM" is not a 
>protection of the rights within copyright, but the granting of 
>legal force to a replacement of copyright?

They get close to that with statements like
>the use of TPMs, coupled with the ability to set licensing terms, 
>could result in a transfer of control in defining permitted uses 
of works from the public rules established by Parliament under the 
>Copyright Act to the private decrees of rights holders.
(page 18)


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