The Obama administration is apparently out of ideas on how to protect Big Content from online piracy. So now it’s asking for your help.
Victoria Espinel, the nation’s copyright czar, reached out to Wired late Monday to explain that Uncle Sam is seeking the public’s input for ideas on how to combat intellectual property theft.
It’s a problem costing industry billions annually — assuming that pirated material would have been purchased.
“Recommendations may include, but need not be limited to: legislation, regulation, guidance, executive order, Presidential memoranda, or other executive action, including, but not limited to, changes to agency policies, practices or methods,” Espinel said.
» via Wired
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