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Digital 'Fair Use' Bill Introduced In Congress

Frank Ahrens

Today, Reps. Rich Boucher (D-Va.) and John Dolittle (R-Calif.) introduced what they call the "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing U.S. Entrepreneurship" (or FAIR USE) Act they say will make it easier for digital media consumers to use the content they buy.

The lawmakers seek to amend the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which content-makers, such as movie studios and record labels, fought to pass to protect their wares from getting stolen and pirated.

But that law goes too far, the lawmakers say.

"The Digital Millennium Copyright Act dramatically tilted the copyright balance toward complete copyright protection at the expense of the public's right to fair use," Boucher said in a statement. "Without a change in the law, individuals will be less willing to purchase digital media if their use of the media within the home is severely circumscribed and the manufacturers of equipment and software that enables circumvention for legitimate purposes will be reluctant to introduce the products into the market."

The legislation is being backed by the Consumer Electronics Association, the trade group of electronics-makers, among others.

By Frank Ahrens  |  February 27, 2007; 11:40 AM ET  | Category:  Frank Ahrens
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About fracking time....

Posted by: Chris R | February 27, 2007 12:48 PM

Kudos to Boucher, one of the few Congressmen who's actually thought about this stuff. Most of the Congress is closer to Ted Stevens in their understanding (or lack) of these kinds of issues.

Posted by: TMU | February 27, 2007 1:12 PM

So, what are this bill's actual chances?

Posted by: PPike | February 27, 2007 1:54 PM

I seriously doubt the honorable members of congress will seriously consider something as simple as this, if only for the reason that it is of interest to most Americans. They are far more concerned about debating non-binding resolutions about nonsense and stretching it along to get themselves re-elected next term so they can enjoy their nice cushy lives. I can hardly believe anyone would think Congress might actually do something... one can only hope and dream! Maybe just maybe they will try to go after terrorists. Maybe just maybe they will pass legislation that will return jobs and money to US workers. One of the best things they could do would be drop the income tax mess and charge a nice hefty sales tax instead. People could live however they want. It would make more sense and the money people save would go back to the American economy with a nice chunk still going to the federal gov since we are such big spenders anyway. It would make the most sense, and all of us could see the difference... but as it would require congress actually doing something that made sense, it probably will not happen either.

Posted by: Chris | February 27, 2007 2:18 PM

Fair Use of Intellectual Property by a consumer who has acquired a license is different than someone who uses Intellectual Property without a license. Using IP for profit is different than using IP for personal use. Laws concerning the distribution of IP need to be refined, and not limiting a licensees IP use for their own not-for-profit use. Today, companies such as Google are publishing more than abstracts or excerpts and even publish a nearly complete on their websites accompanied by lots of ads. Back in the day, search engines merely provided an abstract or excerpt accompanied by the corresponding hyperlink. One reason for this is: each time a copyrighted work is viewed by user, it is copied to at least the users computer. Copying a work to your computer in order to view it is one thing, but then if you publish that work without permission, especially while generating a profit is another. Again, it is the distribution of copyrighted material not the use, especially for profit, that Congress needs to focus on.

Posted by: egalitaire | February 27, 2007 2:25 PM

The premise of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act and the modus operandi of the movie and recording industries is that the public is as ethically and morally degraded as the greedy suits and lawyers who run these businesses. No realization of a digital future of innovation and creativity can take place in such an atmosphere. I wish Boucher & Dolittle's legislation well, but wonder whether I should have included politicians in with the suits and lawyers.

Posted by: Huisache Texas | February 27, 2007 3:06 PM

It would be nice if the author would provide a link to some more information. I just googled and found nothing.

Posted by: Anonymous | February 27, 2007 4:55 PM

Think about this, all the RIAA or MPAA has to do is a little lobbying, throw some cash around at the right people and suddenly the vote tilts in their favor. Same way every other bill gets passed or denied in congress....

Posted by: David Xanatos | February 27, 2007 6:15 PM

Since it was just introduced today (2-27-2007), it doesn't show up on Thomas.gov (http://icreport.loc.gov) yet. It should be on the site within a day or two, as bill no. H.R. 1201.

Posted by: Mike in Baltimore | February 27, 2007 7:03 PM

Here is a ink to the bill text:

http://www.boucher.house.gov/images/hr%201201.pdf

Posted by: RC | February 28, 2007 9:30 AM

"(G) The prohibition contained in subparagraph (A) 12 shall not apply to--
(v) an act of circumvention that is carried out to gain access to a work of substantial public interest solely for purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, or research;"

Very Nice!

Posted by: BigMatt | February 28, 2007 12:05 PM

IT'S ABOUT TIME THAT CONGRESS MOVED INTO THE 21ST CENTURY WITH THE REST OF HUMANITY

Posted by: bill johnston | February 28, 2007 1:12 PM

I am all for the Fair Use bill. So much in fact that I e-mailed my senators asking them to take a closer look at the bill while suggesting some of the potential benefits that it may have on our economy. We should definitely be lobbying this one.

Posted by: Gryzing | February 28, 2007 1:15 PM

About time. Down with the RIAA/MPAA & the DMCA!

Posted by: DRMBytes | February 28, 2007 4:17 PM

mabey if we can convince congress that the IRAA are terrorists...

Posted by: big al | February 28, 2007 10:18 PM

I am crossing my fingers for this Fair Use bill to pass. It is an admirable effort to add more balance to the DMCA and I commend Reps. Rich Boucher, John Dolittle and Ms. Zoe Lofgren.
Though the passage of this bill would help consumers and encourage a healthier environment for competition and innovation in digital content related industry sectors, the DMCA itself is still an encumbrance. To quote from a policy analysis paper by Timothy Lee, ("Prior to the DMCA's enactment, the courts had already been developing a body of law that strikes a sensible balance between innovation and the protection of intellectual property. That body of law protected competition, consumer choice, and the important principle of fair use without sacrificing the rights of copyright holders. And because it focused on the actions of people rather than on the design of technologies, it gave the courts the flexibility they needed to adapt to rapid technological change").
The DMCA was designed more toward preventing circumvention of DRM, than dealing directly with actual copyright infringement. A best-case scenario would be to remove the DMCA and return the power and responsibility of judgment back to the courts. As this seems unlikely, I would hope that not only will this bill pass, but that we shall see future bills to bring even more balance to the DMCA.

Posted by: ITSpec | March 1, 2007 1:42 PM

HR 1201 text and info at http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/D?d110:3:./temp/~bdIJQl::|/bss/d110query.html

Not nearly enough cosponsors. Could be a cynical bid for more campaign contributions from Hollywood to see the measure "fail for lack of support." (Many bills are introduced as a means of soliciting campaign contributions, especially from those who would object to it, since it's rather easy to let a bill lapse.) I have no confidence in Doolittle even caring about citizens' interests, but I have every confidence that he sees this as a way to line his own pockets.

Posted by: Carol Anne | March 1, 2007 2:18 PM

This legislation seems a step in the right direction, but I would like to see it go further. As a parent I am finding it harder and harder to find movies that I find completely satisfactory to show my young daughters. Some movies may be 95% acceptable, but there is a scene or two that I find unacceptable. The technology exists for parents to cut out unacceptable scenes or bad language, but the law does not allow it. If I purchase a dvd for my children, I would like the law to allow me to cut out objectionable scenes and foul language. For example a cartoon may meet my approval except for a scene where some of the characters get into a burping contest. As a parent I would like the legal right to cut that scene out of my copy of the dvd to be played in my home.

The technology exists that would allow me to copy a dvd that I have purchased to my home computer, then use video editing software to eliminate objectionable content. I could also either burn the edited movie to a dvd for my home viewing, or even play it on my television from my computer. Unfortunately the law now makes this conduct illegal.

The proposed Fair Use Act of 2007 could be amended to make this conduct legal. The movie industry would benefit, because parents like me could purchase dvds that we now refuse to buy. Parents would benefit by providing content that meets their moral standards. Children would be entertained without being exposed to bad behavior.

Posted by: Todd | March 4, 2007 1:39 PM

Unfortunately, this doesn't go far enough. I'm still not sure why it should be illegal for me to backup DVDs that I purchase on my file server and stream them to different rooms in my house. I bought the DVD, it would be legal for me to walk into my storage shelf, rummage through the collection to find the dvd i want, walk back to my bedroom and play the movie... why should it be illegal for me to stay in me bedroom... navigate to the appropriate folder, and watch the movie without the hassle?

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