It seems “Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is pressing the U.S. Congress to enact a sweeping intellectual-property bill that would increase criminal penalties for copyright infringement, including “attempts” to commit piracy.” How do you prove attempted copyright infringement?
Social Networking giant MySpace is refusing to turn over info on registered sex offenders using their site. The information has been requested by attorneys general from 8 states. They are citing the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act and stating that the AGs didn’t follow legal processes.
ClickZ’s Karen Gedney has a great how-to, or how-she-did-it, article about marketing a conference with e-mail for last-minute preparation. Not something I expect to use, but still a nice article to bookmark.
- Gonzales proposes new crime: ‘Attempted’ copyright infringement, from c/net News Blog.
- MySpace Refuses To Turn Over Sex Offender Data; Company Says Request Isn’t Legal, reported at click2houston.com
- Last-Minute Event Marketing With E-mail, ClickZ