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A report from The Hill:
A court case argued Tuesday over a product to straighten teeth has become the latest front in the battle over the open Internet.
Major technology trade groups and open Internet advocates have urged the U.S. Appeals Court for the Federal Circuit to strike down a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) that found it has the authority over the import of data that represents a digital good — an expansion from its historical authority over the import of physical goods.
Groups like The Internet Association, Public Knowledge, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and dozens of others warned that the ruling could be used to revive the failed Stop Online Piracy Act, potentially “opening the door to Internet content-blocking efforts rejected by Congress and the public.”
Chief Circuit Judge Sharon Prost, one of the three judges reviewing the case, put the issue into clear focus Tuesday. She said she was confused by the government’s attempt to try and “cabin” what would be a huge legal precedent into nothing more than a case about straight teeth.
“It does seem to me that if we were to affirm the commission here, we would be saying the ITC has jurisdiction over electronic transmissions,” she said d……….. continues on The Hill.
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