from the getting-the-word-out dept.
z0ink writes "Picked up off of EFFector today a letter to all US Senators on the topic of IICA (Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act of 2004 -- formerly the INDUCE Act). 'In February, EFF proposed an industry-led collective licensing
solution that would ensure compensation for copyright owners
while minimizing the need for governmental intrusion into the
digital music marketplace,' writes EFF Executive Director Shari
Steele in the letter. 'It's time for a solution to the P2P
conflict that pays artists, not lawyers.' IICA has been coveredhere on Slashdot with more information available here."
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