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It is wrong to call IIPI a non-partisan body. It is a usual think tank and of course partisan.
I have no higher regard for Mr. Lehman's actions than the authors of this piece (as it stands today), but the lead paragraph is quite obviously very far from a neutral point of view.Bryan 22:04, 14 December 2005 (UTC)
I think my edits improved the opening paragraph to a NPOV. Wirewad 01:44, 31 January 2006 (UTC)
This article completely fails to document Bruce's involvement in the DMCA, and how he pushed the WIPO to adopt his recommendations in an effort to force congress to accept his "White Paper".