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Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems for Access Control Technologies

The Copyright Office has received 18 reply comments on the classes of works proposed for exemption from the prohibition on circumvention of technological measure that control access.


Document Commenter
1 Library Copyright Alliance
2 Lucas Garrow
3 Public Knowledge
4 Directors Guild of America
5 Maneesh Pangasa, Maneesh Pangasa (2)
6 MetroPCS Communications, Inc., (Carl W. Northrop)
7 Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc. (TDI), Gallaudet
University, (Blake Reid)
8 Consumers Union
9 Organization for Transformative Works, (Rebecca Tushnet and Rachael Vaughn)
10 Software Freedom Law Center
11 International Documentary Association
12 AAP, ASMP, BSA, ESA, MPAA, PACA, RIAA (Steven J. Metalitz)
13 Electronic Frontier Foundation
14 CTIA-The Wireless Association (Bruce G. Joseph)
15 Samuelson-Glushko Technology Law & Policy Clinic, University of Colorado Law
16 Renee Hobbs
17 Peter Decherney
18 Mark Berger & Gene Rosow


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