House OKs Family Copyright Bill
by KATIE DEAN
Wired News, publication day: 19 April 2005
"'This is basically the low-hanging fruit from last year,' said Art Brodsky, a spokesman for Public Knowledge, a consumer advocacy group. 'These are the relatively non-controversial parts of the omnibus copyright legislation from last year.'
Technology and consumer advocates squared off against Hollywood and the music labels on proposed copyright legislation last year -- the Inducing Infringment of Copyrights Act, or Induce Act -- that would hold technology companies liable for encouraging their users to infringe copyright. It never passed."