Re: Debian policy on copyright
This is clear.
> If it applies, then strict scrutiny requires the government to prove that
> the law meets stringent tests that don't apply to other laws.
Copyright infringement suits are not brought by the government.
> Secondly, while their are clear definitions of murder and jaywalking,
> their may be no clear definition of a copyrighted digital "copy."
Title 17 defines a "copy", and there is extensive case law.
> Once again, I would use the broadcast flag is a good example of this.