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Reading 2.0 has gotten ahold of the Copyright Offices submission to Congress after Judge Chin’s opinion.  They have posted it, with permission, on Scribd.  You can find the whole thing here.  Unfortunately I can’t copy or paste from Scribd, or at least I don’t know how, so you’ll have to go over there.  Reading 2.0 posted this snippet:

” Judge Chin’s opinion was very well received at the Library of Congress, as it reflects the significant concerns expressed about the proposed settlement by both the Department of Justice and the Copyright Office. Among these are the basic tenets that exclusive rights afforded by copyright law may not be usurped as a matter of convenience, and policy initiatives, including those that would redefine the relationship of copyright and technology, are the proper domain of Congress, not the Courts.”


 
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