For a clearer idea of AAP's argument, please see:
en|irc : [[GChriss]]
On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 22:03:49 +0000 English Wikipedia wrote:
On 1/29/07, jkelly(a)fas.harvard.edu <jkelly(a)fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
Quoting David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com>om>:
"...Dezenhall told the association's professional and scholarly publishing
division, he could help -- in part by simplifying the industry's message to a
few key phrases that even a busy senator could grasp. Phrases like: "Public
access equals government censorship..."
They've hired Cplot?!?
It would explain a lot. I tend to feel that one would be rather open
to a counter attack along the lines of:
montage of NASA images
"the Association of American Publishers would have you believe that
this is censorship"
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