by Mike Masnick
Mon, Nov 30th 2009 3:36pm
Musician Dan Bull seems to be carving out a nice space for himself responding to UK efforts to make copyright law more ridiculous than it already is, by voicing his opposition in song. A few months back, we wrote about his awesome open letter to Lily Allen (full disclosure: I get a brief mention) and now he's informed us that he's back again with an open letter (in song) to Peter Mandelson, called Dear Mandy:
I wonder if someone rich and famous has to buy Mandelson dinner before he'll actually listen to it.
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