Writers, Free Speech Groups Urge Court to End FCC Censorship
(November 30, 2006) - 20 organizations, led by the Brennan
Center, have filed a friend-of-the-court brief arguing that the FCC's
rules banning "profanity" and "fleeting expletives" on the airwaves are
Paper to the Nebraska Broadband Task Force:
The Need to Permit Broadband From Public Entities
(May 22, 2006) - The Brennan Center and six other groups have
filed a white paper explaining why states shouldn't bar their cities,
towns, and public power companies from offering high-speed Internet access.
Fair Use Survive? Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control
(December 5, 2005) - The product of more than a year of research
- including many firsthand stories from artists, scholars, bloggers, and
others - Will Fair Use Survive? paints a striking picture of a system of intellectual property that is perilously out of balance.
of the Court Brief Challenges Laws That Shrink the Public Domain
(January 28, 2005) - The Brennan Center and other groups
are urging the federal courts to recognize that laws eliminating copyright
"formalities" harm free speech by starving the public domain.
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