Ensuring Content Protection in the Digital Age: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Seventh Congress, Second Session, April 25, 2002, 4. sējums
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2002 - 109 lappuses
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95. lappuse - Congress shall have power to promote the progress of science and the useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries, and to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers.
15. lappuse - ... Of course, there are rules and regulations that govern these practices. For instance, tying is prohibited, and each banker who sells insurance is required to be licensed by the State, the same as any other insurance salesman. I think financial modernization can work. The details are very important, and I look forward to the testimony that we are going to hear today. I think it is entirely appropriate that this committee take this up.
15. lappuse - I thank the gentleman. [Additional statements submitted for the record follow:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. TOM BLILEY, CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE Thank you, Mr.
94. lappuse - VSDA represents more than 1 ,700 companies throughout the United States, Canada, and a dozen other countries. Membership comprises the full spectrum of video retailers (both independents and large chains), as well as the home video divisions of major and independent motion picture studios, and other related businesses that constitute and support the home video entertainment industry. Statement of Video Software Dealers Association "Competition, Innovation, and Public Policy in the Digital Age
104. lappuse - ... Telecommunications Act, that was meant to be explicitly pro-consumer. Section 304 of the 1996 Telecommunications Act requires the FCC to assure in its regulations the competitive commercial availability of devices that attach directly to cable systems breaking the 50-year monopoly, based on their concerns over theft of service, that cable multi-system operators have enjoyed. To achieve competitive entry with a range of new devices, as occurred in telephone deregulation, the FCC oversaw a...
97. lappuse - ... if only access might be gained. And it struck a balance among the competing interests. "The first element of the balance was the careful limitation of Section 1201(a)(1)'s prohibition of the act of circumvention to the act itself so as not to 'apply to subsequent actions of a person once he or she has obtained authorized access to a copy of a [copyrighted] work . . . ' By doing so, it left 'the traditional defenses to copyright infringement, including fair use, . . . fully applicable' provided...
95. lappuse - ... electronics product in the late 1970s, few imagined how ubiquitous they would become in America's homes and how popular watching a prerecorded video of a motion picture would be. For an overwhelming majority of America's 250 million plus consumers, renting and buying prerecorded videocassettes and DVDs is an integral component of their entertainment options. More than 90% of the households in the US own at least one VCR. And although the DVD is a relatively new format, it is projected that approximately...