|Visit the Center for the Study of Digital Property website and IP Weblog at www.ipcentral.info.
PFF opened the Center for the Study of Digital Property in early 2003 because the future of such rich digital content as games, music, movies and software – in fact, the future of the technology sector and our economy – are linked in no small way to the resolution of the current standoff over copyright.
In order for the digital market to develop to the point where consumers can enjoy maximum choice and opportunity, Americans must come to a meeting of the minds on how to reduce mass piracy. As the Supreme Court underscored in the recent Eldred decision, consumers AND creators benefit when appropriate digital content is protected. The marketable rights it produces help fuel the "engine of free expression," brightening the future of ideas and making more and better creations available to all.
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