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Copyright As Weapon In US Senate Campaign

July 6th, 2010 07:05 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

kfogel writes “Sharron Angle, the Republican candidate for US Senate in Nevada, is using a copyright ‘cease-and-desist’ letter to stop her opponent, incumbent Harry Reid (currently majority leader in the US Senate), from reposting old versions of her campaign website. The old pages are politically sensitive because Angle campaigned from the far right in the primary, but is now toning that down for the general election.”

As kfogel notes, the letter “also accuses the Reid campaign of intending to impersonate Angle’s campaign, which seems doubtful, but who knows?”

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