Conservative group savages anti-P2P bill

“The nation’s oldest conservative group has become the latest and most vocal critic of an anti-file-swapping bill that foes say could target products like Apple Computer’s iPod.

The American Conservative Union (ACU), which holds influential Republican activists and former senators on its board of directors, is running newspaper and magazine advertisements that take a humorous jab at the so-called Induce Act–and slams some conservative politicians for supporting it.

“This is the Hollywood liberals trying to crush innovation,” said ACU deputy director Stacie Rumenap [...]”

SOURCE: CNET News.com

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