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Short Take: ISPs and SPA urged to cooperate

Voters Telecommunications Watch has posted a position paper urging cooperation between Internet service providers and the Software Publishers Association. The Association has pursued legal action against ISPs that host Web sites where users allegedly can download pirated software. The Voters Telecommunications Watch hopes to convene a summit meeting in the next two months for ISPs, software publishers, and public interest groups.

Voters Telecommunications Watch has posted a position paper urging cooperation between Internet service providers and the Software Publishers Association. The Association has pursued legal action against ISPs that host Web sites where users allegedly can download pirated software. The Voters Telecommunications Watch hopes to convene a summit meeting in the next two months for ISPs, software publishers, and public interest groups.