UPDATE: The deadline for comments passed at 5 p.m. today.
As John noted not too long ago, the new Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator has asked for your opinions on how the various government agencies involved with IP enforcement should go about doing their jobs—what harms of infringement should be addressed, and what changes in policies, regulations, and even the law, need to be made so that we can have a workable and effective national enforcement policy.
We want to make sure that enforcement efforts aren't so broad and indiscriminate that they target fair uses of copyrighted works, or use draconian tactics that will cut off Internet access for those merely accused of infringement. We also want to make sure that changes to enforcement policy and IP law are made in open forums, not in secretive agreements like the proposed Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
If you'd like to send your thoughts to the nation's first “IP enforcement czar,” have a look at the request for comments and send in an email. Or, if you like, you can use our action alert form here.
Remember, the deadline for comments is 5 p.m. on March 24th, so if you want your voice to be heard, write in soon!