Boosh! Department of Justice denies proposed IP Enforcement bill

The Electronic Frontier Foundation posted earlier that the DoJ has vetoed a proposed Intellectual Property enforcement bill, that, if passed, would have made the Department the pro bono lawyers for the RIAA, MPAA, and others.

“In an era of fiscal responsibility, the resources of the Department of Justice should be used for the public benefit, not on behalf of particular industries that can avail themselves of the existing civil enforcement provisions.”

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