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From: Jay Sulzberger
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Subject: [hangout] Dmitry is free but Jon Johansen has been indicted. New York City
Monday 4 February 2002: Rally to Roll Back the Digital Millennium Copyright
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Noon Monday 4 February 2002 at 41st Street and Fifth Avenue, before the
New York Public Library, on the Island of Manhattan, there will be a rally
to roll back the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
There will be no official Roll Back the DMCA rally in New York City on
Monday 28 January 2002, because the Movement calls on every partisan to
write a letter to the judge of the large antitrust case against Microsoft.
The deadline for comment by the public is some time Monday 28 January 2002.
Some believe that the deadline is close of business Monday in Washington,
District of Columbia.
Before sending your letter please look at:
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
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