Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Today not in Parliament but in Manchester

In pub in Manchester after yes, an interesting panel on the DEB! No time yet to write it you (though you could try looking at Twitter on #counter2010.)

But in the meantime from Boing Boing:

"Richard Mollett, Director of Public Affairs for the BPI (the UK record industry lobby) has gone on record saying that Parliament shouldn't debate the Digital Economy Bill. This is the same Richard Mollet who wrote the infamous internal memo that said that if Parliament were to debate the Bill, it would die. Way to subvert democracy, record industry. (Thanks, Jim!)"

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