President Bush on Monday signed a bill aiming to beef up U.S. enforcement efforts to stop the sale of pirated or counterfeited movies, music, drugs and software.
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The measure creates a high-level administration coordinator charged with protecting the nation’s intellectual property. Originally, that coordinator was housed at the Justice Department, but after the DOJ protested, the bill sponsors placed that position in the Executive Office of the President.
As IP Czar, I will attempt to get iTunes to carry Beatles songs.