Came across a rather bluntly named blog devoted to IPR issues: Copyfight. The author:

Donna Wentworth is a Web Writer/Activist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and an affiliate of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she was among the first staff members. At EFF, Donna is editor of EFFector, an electronic newsletter that goes out to over 48,000 people every week. She has spoken about weblogs and why they matter at Yale (Revenge of the Blog) and Berkeley (Weblogs, Information & Society). [Copyfight: the Politics of IP]

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