Letter to Zoe Lofgren re: Support for the Public Domain Enhancement Act (Jun. 24, 2003)
Letter to J. Dennis Hastert re: draft Domestic Security Enhancement Act (Apr. 2, 2003)
Letter from interested organizations urging Speaker of the House J. Dennis Hastert to ensure that the House of Representative follows normal parliamentary procedures when it takes up any new antiterrorism legislation.
Letter to Congress re: Domestic Security Enhancement Act (DSEA) (Mar. 17, 2003)
Letter from public interest organizations expressing opposition to the Domestic Security Enhancement Act (DSEA).
Letter to Interested Persons re: Section-by-Section Analysis of Justice Department draft “Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003,” also known as “Patriot Act II” (Feb. 14, 2003)
Letter from the ACLU regarding the "Patriot Act II."
Letter to Veronica Steadman re: Technological Protection Systems for Digitized Copyrighted Works (Docket No. 2003-C-006): Higher Education Associations’ and Library Associations’ Statement for the Record (Feb. 4, 2003)
Letter from higher education and library associations to the US Patent and Trademark Office.
In the Matter of Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems For Access Control Technologies
Reply Comments of Library Associations following public hearings.
Letter to James Sensenbrenner re: Questions about USA PATRIOT Act (July 26, 2002)
Letter from the Attorney General responding to questions about the USA PATRIOT Act.
Law Professors' Letter on Section 104 Report
In August 2001, the United States Copyright Office missed an opportunity. Under the broad mandate of Section 104 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, it had been open to the Office to inquire widely and reflect deeply on the effects of that legislation and "the development of electronic commerce and associated technology" on some of the basic structural features of the Copyright Act.
The Search & Seizure of Electronic Information: The Law Before and After the USA PATRIOT Act
Matrix describing changes to search and seizure of electronic information due to the PATRIOT Act.
Terrorism: Section by Section Analysis of the USA PATRIOT Act
Analysis of the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT) Act, Public Law 107-56, part of the Congressional response to September 11.