CARP Put to Death, but DMCA Is still Sleeping

The Copyright Office has shot down CARP, which is a great relief for Internet radio. But the DMCA still looms, and the story is far from over.

Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal


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Re: CARP Put to Death, but DMCA Is still Sleeping

Anonymous's picture

Tanx Doc.

Your analyses of all things radio is now as it has been for more years than I care to count: the very best.


Re: CARP Put to Death, but DMCA Is still Sleeping

tompoe's picture

Hi: "Freedom of the Press is guaranteed only to those who own one." A.J.Liebling.

The combination of computer and webcasters is one of the most exhilarating [exilarting?] phenomenon of our country's history. The Internet is truly the printing press of this Century. Thanks, Doc, for reminding us that the best is yet to come, that the "models" are still forming, and that a Civil Society can be formed in the Digital Age.


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