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From: ben at lanwest.com.au (Benjamin Meade)
Subject: Bugfinder Being Indicted As Criminal ("Counterfeiter")
 in France

Paul Schmehl wrote:
> First of all, I never said there was a lack of stupidity *or* stifling 
> bureaucracy in America.  Far from it.  But I *do* think Europe has 
> mastered the art.
> 
> WRT the DMCA, I hope you understand that's simply the enabling 
> legislation for the US version based upon the world-wide treaty 
> (<http://www.wipo.int/> ) that your country (and 179 other ones - 
> <http://www.wipo.int/about-wipo/en/members/member_states.html>) also 
> signed and agreed to enforce?  (Not that agreement of the entire world 
> automatically makes it right anyway.)
> 
> In case you're not aware of it, your country has amended the copyright 
> laws several times recently to obtain compliance with the WIPO.
> 
> <http://www.dcita.gov.au/Article/0,,0_1-2_12-3_213-4_14299,00.html>
> 
> The RIAA?  Un, that's a private, industry owned, advocacy group.  Not 
> sure how you think that fits in with my comments about bureaucrats???

Sorry, I didn't mean to offend. And yes, I am aware of our own efforts (or lack 
there of) in this area. It just struck me as a pot/kettle sorta situation.

-- 
Benjamin Meade
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LanWest Pty Ltd
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