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Message 00536: Fwd: Amicus Brief in Webcasting Hearing Appeal

please do not release.  for your internal consumption.

notice the deputy assistant lead co-amicus!  :)

(And, notice that we are only accepting video if the judge relinquishes the no-commercial, no-derivative restriction ... I refused to sign until they added that clause.)

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From: Kurt Opsahl <xxxxxxx@eff.org>
Date: January 28, 2009 5:59:17 PM PST
To: Carl Malamud <xxxxxxx@media.org>, Brewster Kahle <xxxxxxx@archive.org >, xxxxxxx@cfac.org, Ben Scott <xxxxxxx@freepress.net>, Chris Riley <xxxxxxx@freepress.net >, Ben Sheffner <xxxxxxx@gmail.com>, Andrew Schwartzman <xxxxxxx@mediaaccess.org >
Cc: Cindy Cohn <xxxxxxx@eff.org>
Subject: Amicus Brief in Webcasting Hearing Appeal

Amici --

Attached please find our amicus brief. Thank you all for your support and comments.

We had to finalize today to get into FedEx, so it's done. We'll be issuing a press release and posting it on our website tomorrow after noon EST, since we think it is bad form to publish a brief before the court has it, so please embargo it until then.



Attachment: Case No. 09-1090 Amicus Curiae Brief.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document

Kurt Opsahl, xxxxxxx@eff.org
Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation  http://www.eff.org/
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