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Rep. Judy Chu (D-Calif.) said she is “encouraged” by the process and hopes it can lead to protections against online piracy for creators. “Voluntary agreements are one of the strongest vehicles we have to effect real change in reducing digital theft,” she said in a statement. “The fact is, ‘take down’ should mean ‘stay down.’ But right now, the creative community — particularly smaller, individual artists — is being forced to fight for the copyright protections that are rightfully theirs.”
This week, the House Judiciary subcommittee on Intellectual Property will examine the “Notice and Takedown” process, and to us, it is clear that a very hard look is necessary. The DMCA was passed in 1998 when the Internet was still very much in its infancy. It was supposed to make things easier for all stakeholders by creating an ecosystem that protects creative works and promotes their dissemination, while also providing safe harbors for the Internet companies that play by the rules. Instead, the ecosystem has become imbalanced, as search engines appear to be turning a blind eye to the...
Bringing a nation wide effort to continue the fight for women’s rights to Los Angeles, Pasadena Congresswoman Judy Chu was joined by House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and other women leaders at California State University Los Angeles to discuss a new economic agenda that will increase job equality for women.
Coverage of Rep. Chu's event with Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, When Women Succeed, America Succeeds
Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) was joined by U.S. House colleagues Judy Chu (D-CA), Gary Peters (D-MI) and Linda Sanchez (D-CA) in commemorating the 26th anniversary of the Azerbaijani pogroms against Armenians in Sumgait, spotlighting the Aliyev regime’s ongoing threats and violence against Armenia and Karabakh, in powerful statements issued earlier today, reported the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA).
The Bishop, along with members of the Armenian Council of America, met with Representative Judy Chu (D-Pasadena). Bishop Nalbandian gave a general overview of the current situation and the medical, educational, and financial assistance being provided and the need for a peaceful diplomatic resolution to the Syrian conflict. Congresswoman Chu praised the bishop for his work and thanked him for bringing awareness to the Syrian cause. She also thanked the Armenian Council of America for coordinating the meeting enabling her to better understand the situation on the ground pledging her support to...
At the rally on Monday, Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena, denounced his about-face. “We do have the votes for comprehensive immigration reform,” she said. “We have 200 Democrats, we have 26 Republicans, and you need only 218 votes to get comprehensive immigration reform done — but what we need is for Speaker Boehner to put this bill on the floor.”
During World War II, Romero served on a mine sweeper in the South Pacific, Rep. Judy Chu said during the ceremony.
Thanks to a congresswoman's help, a local WWII Veteran got his stolen service medals replaced after more than three decades. Congresswoman Judy Chu presented the awards to 87-year-old WWII Navy veteran Robert Romero at a special ceremony at her Pasadena office on Tuesday.
Pelosi was flanked by Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro (D-Conn.), a longtime ally and friend, and younger members, including Reps. Donna F. Edwards (D-Md.) and Judy Chu (D-Calif.) and freshmen Reps. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-N.M.) and Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio).