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Minister's speech

> 
> If your French permits it, you may read the Ministers speech at:
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> http://www.culture.fr/culture/actualites/conferen/tasca-2001/cspla.htm


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>   Je crois en effet que la mutation numérique bouleverse bien moins le droit de la propriété
>   intellectuelle que les intérêts économiques, industriels et financiers qui s'y attachent.
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    Clever girl. She got it right.  What she says in the paragraph
following that quotation is very interesting. I don't think she would
see eye to eye with George W. Bush, but come to that who does?

H. 
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