Internet Filtering Lobby ?

Gadi Evron ge at linuxbox.org
Fri Sep 26 09:12:30 CDT 2008


On Fri, 26 Sep 2008, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
> Does anyone know what this group is really about and how it might actually 
> impact real networks ?

Reminds me of something Fergie said at ISOI 5 just a couple of weeks ago: 
if only the records industry was interested in folks like Atrivo and RBN 
(as they would be doing warez). Oh wait!

This seems more like a copyright (and similar) issues group, which 
wants to filter valid user content (illegal or not) rather than abusive 
content which damages the net's daily operations.

Right.

 	Gadi.


> Regards
> Marshall
>
> http://www.artsandlabs.com/
> http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/09/entertainment-l.html
>
> Behind the lobby are AT&T, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Viacom 
> and the Songwriters Guild of America. Among other things, the lobby, 
> calledArts+Labs, says "network operators must have the flexibility to manage 
> and expand their networks to defend against net pollution and illegal 
> file-trafficking which threatens to congest and delay the network for all 
> consumers."
>
>
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