Originally Posted by ApK
A lawyer to make a compelling legal argument on our behalf.
'Cuz, while it was indeed nice to see that our individual comments were being considered, the Registrar said they were just our stated opinions, not a legal analysis, and no proof that the uses we're discussing were indeed non-infringing or fair use. Note that they didn't say they WEREN'T, just that we didn't prove they WERE.
Excellent point. I cannot believe that there wasn't more support / interest in "helping" the Registrar in making the law right. It seems, as so often these days, that certain lobbies with interests that don't necessary reflect ours were more successful
in making their voices heard.