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The companies supporting the principles include CBS Corp., Dailymotion, Microsoft Corp., NBC Universal, News Corp.'s Fox and MySpace units, Viacom Inc. and Walt Disney Co., the familiar person says. Notably absent is Google Inc., which had been in discussions about possibly joining the group, people familiar with the matter say.
It's said to have some kind of technology involved as well. More news as it happens...
Ha ha. Just kidding. I'd fear I'd be in danger of really being boring. Here's something fun to do (keeping in mind I started this post, so I can make fun of it): Mark your calendar a year from now and then ask, what ever happened to...
Their slogan is "Enable Creative Expression. Encourage Innovation. Thwart Copyright Infringement." Puting aside any cynical thoughts, I honestly ask, how does what they propose "Enable Creative Expression?" Or "Encourage Innovation?"
Copyright is about allowing people to freely exchange information.