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Re: Mr. Music Goes To Washington
Posted by: ECT News 2001-06-06 14:51:42
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The ongoing online music wars have taken an interesting
turn.


Executives with digital music companies went before
the U.S. Congress and essentially asked legislators
to change U.S. copyright laws to accommodate
the needs of their business.


Re: Mr. Music Goes To Washington
Posted by: Colin Summers 2001-06-13 18:37:18 In reply to: ECT News
George Washington also agreed with the right to keep and bear arms, but would he agree with the right of a citizen to keep and bear a nuclear weapon? The Constitution works because it has been modified many times over the years to accommodate changes in our country's ideals.

Re: Mr. Music Goes To Washington
Posted by: TedDrew 2001-06-14 10:36:14 In reply to: Colin Summers
Yes, the Constitution is sometimes changed as the culture changes, but not until all other options have been exhausted. So far no one has proven that the Constitution needs to be changed for file sharing technology. It would be way premature.
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