With a new administration and a Democratic Congress, now is the time to overhaul copyright law, advocates for reform said Feb. 11 -- but the complex nature of the issue makes copyright legislation nearly as unrealistic as ever, CNET reports. Representatives of songwriters and the recording industry faced off against open internet advocates at the Future of Music Coalition's Policy Day in Washington, D.C., demonstrating the entrenched divisions that remain within Democratic constituencies over copyright issues. While the public interest group Public Knowledge disputed the meaning of "net neutrality" with the Recording Industry Association of America, the Songwriters Guild of...

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