An unexpected source of copyright policy critique from the right end of the spectrum:
"In America, copyright holders get 95 years' protection as a result of an extension granted in 1998, derided by critics as the 'Mickey Mouse Protection Act'. They are now calling for even greater protection, and there have been efforts to introduce similar terms in Europe. Such arguments should be resisted: it is time to tip the balance back."
Who might be publishing such libel? Internet hippies? The Free Software Foundation? Digital rights crusaders? Indeed not.