Consumers, Congress & Copyright

January 29, 2003

Consumers, Congress and Copyright Issues

According to a 2003 SutherlandGold survey of 1,000 US consumers, 60% of respondents think that in its effort to crack down on internet piracy, Congress should place a priority on protecting consumers' right to legally-obtained content. However, 54% of consumers fear that Congressional mandates will have unintentional side effects for technological innovation.

Posted by Andrew Raff at January 29, 2003 08:08 AM
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