Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Entertainment unions, trade associations thank Obama for support of copyright enforcement, ACTA

A group of entertainment industry unions and trade associations ranging from the American Federation of Musicians and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists to the MPAA and RIAA sent a letter Monday to President Obama, thanking him for his support of copyright enforcement and the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. The letter comes after Obama gave a March 11 speech to the Export-Import Bank, in which he voiced strong support for ACTA, an executive agreement still under discussion by potential signatories.
Union and Trade Association letter to Obama

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