August 04, 2003
UCB GradMag Features Digital Rights

Berkeley's Graduate Assembly began publishing The Berkeley Graduate again this spring after a hiatus of several years. The opening issue (Spring, 2003, in PDF only, use thumbnails and click through the pages...p3 is the index) includes a cover story on "Defending Your Digital Rights" by Ed Carpenter of the JSchool, information on EFF and other organizations actively looking at DRM and digital media, and a hardcopy of Eddan Katz's Revolution is not an AOL Keyword, who is also quoted:

According to Katz, extending copyright is just one of the ways large companies have succeeded in claiming broader rights over the public domain in recent years. And as more Americans use the Internet to share information and create their own media content, lawsuits filed by companies against individuals for copyright infringement are on the rise.

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