Obama and Copyright

I haven’t been so worried about the Conyers bill to end the NIH Public Access policy because I figured even in the unlikely event it got through Congress, Obama wouldn’t sign it. But then I read this post by Seth Johnson about “stacking” of the Justice Department with veteran copyright defenders. I’m still not all that worried, but I’m a bit more so now and think we should really ramp up the pressure to make sure this doesn’t get to Obama in the first place.

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  1. Ivan
    Posted February 11, 2009 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    Well, having Harold Varmus as part of his top scientific advisory panel certainly gives me some reassurance.

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