Even more delays to the UK's Digital Economy Act - http://bit.ly/TzXyiM time to take it round the back and put it out of its misery.. #deact
@marjoleink American government policy is clearly to create seamless global !copyright law #DEAct !C11 !ACTA #TPP #CETA etc
#DEAct: Concerns about copyright infringement evidence gathering - http://bit.ly/RCGN1s more great work from #consumerfocus
Digital Economy Act: Costs Order pulled - http://bit.ly/WiqoT3 "DEA is a dead end from the fag end of an exhausted Parliament" #deact
Huppert’s victory against website blocking - http://is.gd/xD736m - repeal of s17-18? #deact #copyright
New Culture Secretary has no music industry experience - http://bit.ly/RKepZu interesting (v @SaskiaWalzel @raycorrigan) #uk #deact
Initial Obligations Code needs rewriting. Again. - http://bit.ly/MhcO0f good letter from @OpenRightsGroup to @edvaizey #DEAct #libraries
Musicians getting 'more than half of royalty income from online streaming' - http://bit.ly/Pqpyxy another reason #DEAct should be binned
Consumer Focus and the Digital Economy Act - http://bit.ly/MfxB5z great report on online traceability, and why #DEAct will be a disaster
Online traceability: Who did that? - http://bit.ly/N8LUTm important stuff on why #DEAct will lead to innocent people being punished #p2p
Digital Economy Act Consultation Response - http://bit.ly/MGtn74 this closes tomorrow at 5pm - please send in your submission soon #deact
Tell Ofcom to fix the threat to wifi - http://bit.ly/M6Rhs8 serious problem with #DEAct - please help change it
Ofcom's #DEAct 2014 plan requires compliant Parliament - http://bit.ly/MCAGsx sharp analysis; we need to watch this closely
Digital Economy Act: Respond or Repeal? - http://bit.ly/Nyfkf2 there's an #ofcom consultation that needs a response by next week #deact
#DEAct risks limiting internet access in #libraries, #schools and #universities - http://bit.ly/NFF4EJ madness (v @eikoku)
UK #Labour party sucks up to Big Content - http://bit.ly/NtCvaj didn't the #DEAct do enough damage?
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