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Groups Try to Delay Copyright Measure

Groups Try to Delay Copyright Measure

More than 40 entities, consisting of computer companies, CEA and public interest groups, has asked the Senate Judiciary to hold hearings on a copyright bill. In their letter the groups say the measure would make it easier for manufacturers to be sued for helping consumers violate copyright laws by digital pirating.
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Minority Leader Tom Daschle sponsor S. 2560.

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