Copyright blogger Ben Sheffner has left the blogosphere to work for the MPAA, his thoughtful pro-copyright stance I am sure will be missed by many. His blog was marked by roll-up-your sleeves digging to get at original documents and really follow a case.
See Ben's parting message here.
See Ben's endorsement of the views of CopyHype here.
Good luck in the new job, Ben!
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Monday, March 07, 2011
RIP Ben Sheffner's Copyrights and Campaigns Blog
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