I haven't really followed the run-up to this debate but in the
Guardian article about it the actual content of the proposed code of
conduct is described as: "Unacceptable is defined as content that
is used to abuse, harass, stalk or threaten others; is libellous or
misrepresentative; or infringes copyright, confidentiality or privacy
rights" (http://www.guardian.co.uk/frontpage/story/0,,2053530,00.html)

what's copyright doing in this line-up? does it have anything to do
with abuse v civility? is this proposal a sort of trojan horse for
copyright owners to claw back some territory?


Lennaart van Oldenborgh

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