Broad Bipartisan Alliance Seeks Public Domain Status for Presidential Debate Video

Brian Zick

Lawerence Lessig has issued a press release (pdf), announcing: Massive Bipartisan Alliance Asks Republican and Democratic National Committees To Ensure All Presidential Debate Video Can Be Legally Put On Sites Like YouTube Letters have been sent to Mel Martinez and Mike Duncan at the RNC and to Howard Dean at the DNC, requesting all debate footage be put in public domain or licensed as “Creative Commons.” The full text of the letters, and complete list of signatories, is available at the link.

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