Comment on EU Copyright Developments and Fans (Updated)

  1. Haha, the Batman reference was good :). Okay. I'll see if "hia majesty" can be contacted in some way. How do other countries usually notify their MEPs? I don't suppose you just pick up the phone and say yo, I need help.

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    1. Dick comforts Damian

      XD Gotham City might still be the crime capital of the world, but at least victims have a chance of getting rescued by Batman or Red Robin or whoever. If the Bats got so discouraged that they abandoned their mission, then there would be almost nothing standing between ordinary citizens and Gotham's darkness.

      Actually, I've heard that phone calls are the most effective; e-mails are the least (though they're still better than nothing). I like to send letters through the mail, which I think are in the middle.
      I'm not sure how it works over there, but in America, both our federal and local governments have official Web sites which include contact information. I look at my voter registration card for information like my district number, match those numbers to the corresponding Congresspeople on the Web sites, and contact them. (You can still contact your Congresspeople even if you can't vote - one year, my ten-year-old students had a project that involved them writing to Congress - it's just easier to figure out exactly who to call or write to if you're registered to vote.)

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      1. Okay, thank you so much for the information.

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        1. Dick comforts Damian

          You're welcome!

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