This is the statement on the WIPO Broadcast Treaty that we'll be bringing to today's meeting with the US delegation. As you can see, we're not alone in our opposition, being joined by frequent allies like EFF, KEI, and USPIRG, as well as those we often disagree with on other issues (like Verizon, who isn't the biggest fan of our stance on Net Neutrality). Cory Doctorow at BoingBoing points out that AT&T, also on board, is currently being sued by the EFF.
When this many disparate interests are aligned against the treaty, it's clear that something's desperately wrong with it. For what that is, see here, or here, or here.
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