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geert on Thu, 10 Jun 2004 22:46:46 +0200 (CEST)


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From: davidt {AT} public-domain.org

Also available at http://www.public-domain.org/?q=node/view/41.

Scroll way down for the committee's final recommendations, as captured by
Wendy's on-the-fly editing.

A compilation of all three days is at
http://www.public-domain.org/?q=node/view/42 and
http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/archives/001599.php.

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Notes from the World Intellectual Property Organization's
Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights meeting, day
3, 9 June 2004.

Impressionistic transcript by Cory Doctorow (cory {AT} eff.org), Wendy
Seltzer (wendy {AT} eff.org) and David Tannenbaum
(davidt {AT} public-domain.org)

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