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Save P2P by stopping the INDUCE Act.

Posted by turbogeek on July 26, 2004 at 3:16 AM PDT

I just received an email from Ray Gao of P2PJournal.com. Apparently the lobbyists are at it again. This time your MP3 player is at risk. This also opens the door to a lot of other anti-P2P shenanigans from other companies. The INDUCE Act is just plain bad to the bone.

But first, let me say that I am 100% legal. I don't steal music. I buy a lot in fact (you gotta see my iTunes bill). Stealing is stealing. But the music industry wants to stamp out fair use. That's why I am hot about this issue.

Please take a look at this anti-P2P bill currently being proposed at the congress. And, sign the petition oppose it. Tell your congressman that this bill should not become a law.

I just sent a free fax from the site urging my reps in Congress to stop the INDUCE Act. Convincing even a single Senator will force a real debate on the bill.

Check out: www.savetheipod.com which will allow you to fax congress with a few clicks (I used auto form fill on my browser to do most of the work).

www.savetheipod.com has more info about the INDUCE Act and a form to fax your Senators and Representative. It only takes a few seconds to send a fax and it is really important that we respond to this legislation quickly.

Take a look at www.savethe.com for more information and details on the lobbyists and specific congressmen that are paid to be lobbyists lapdogs.

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