Collection of Information Antipiracy Act
Version Introduced July 17, 2020)
and Releases on S. 2291 and the identical bill H.R. 2652:
- The Association
of Research Libraries' "Myths
and Facts about H.R. 2652"
and Database Protection and how these bills will affect both
Association of Research Libraries brief: H.R.
2652 will harm U.S. Businesses
to Innovation and Progress in Communications
2652--The End of History, a brief outlining the bill's adverse
impacts on historical documents
Bill, a piece outlining the negative impact on science and basic
2652 is Overbroad and would harm commerical and non-profit activities
View by Representative Lofgren in the House Judicidariy Committee
Report on H.R. 2652 -- See DISSENTING VIEWS at the end of the report.
Publications, Inc. v. Rural Tel. Service Co., 499 U.S. 340 (1991)
(Supreme Court decision discussing importance of free flow of information
and that Copyright law cannot extend protection to underlying information
in a compilation but only to the creative selection and arrangement
of the data.)
Technology Association of America's (ITAA)'s Testimony on H.R. 2652
Statistical Association (ASA) Statement on H.R. 2652 (1/30/98)
Academy of Sciences Letter with regard to The Database Proposal
Pam Samuelson's letter regarding the Tyson/Sherry report - 10/23/97.