harnad at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Fri Aug 5 12:15:24 EDT 2005
Please remove me from this list.
does not work.
Professor of Cognitive Science
Department of Electronics and Computer Science
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ UNITED KINGDOM
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harnad at ecs.soton.ac.uk
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> 1. RE: A Brochure Against DRM (Chris Brand)
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> Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 10:06:06 -0700
> From: "Chris Brand" <Chris_Brand at spectrumsignal.com>
> Subject: [d at DCC] RE: A Brochure Against DRM
> To: <discuss at list.digital-copyright.ca>, "Mike Lipinski"
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> > I am preparing to do the rounds in my neighborhood with
> > a prepared pamphlet
> > urging people to sign to show their support for the
> > anti-copyright monopoly
> > which various corporations are attempting to foist off on the public.
> Excellent !
> > You have a petition on your web page which I know is
> > not to be used with
> > any other attachments, as stipulated.
> The rule stated on the Parliament website is :
> >No other matter is to be attached or appended to or written
> >on the petition, whether in the form of additional documents,
> >maps, pictures, news articles, explanatory or supporting
> >statements, or requests for support. A return address is allowed.
> As I understand it, there's nothing prohibiting a separate
> brochure or pamphlet explaining the issues, as long as it's not
> attached to the petition or submitted to Parliament with the
> > Would it be possible
> > for us to join
> > forces in some way so that I might be able to use the added
> > influence of an
> > organized body doing active work in this area?
> I'm not sure how "organised" we are, but I'm sure there are people
> here who're willing to help out.
> > Would it be
> > possible for
> > anyone in your organization to look over my brochure and give me some
> > feedback, or at least could we in some way confer?
> I'm certainly willing to give my opinion.
> Do you have it online somewhere ? Or in an electronic form that
> could be posted online ?
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