You were wrong to say that I had "harsh" words for the Balanced Copyright Coalition ("BCC") in respect of recent copyright activity. I have only respect for the BCC, and not only because I was a founding father of it. I am disappointed that there has not been time for the BCC to have taken on the full potential of a broadly based corporate, academic, creator and user coalition and that I have not been able to work more closely with it due to my absence from the country. But I am sure that it will flourish as a potent force in the months and years to come. This is hardly "harsh". I have more concern, though still not quite "harsh" words, for the educational coalition, which was never part of the BCC. An educational exemption for Internet use is a very problematic idea, not only for educators but for everyone else due to its a contrario implications. Rather, the educators should focus on opposing the very notion of extended collective licensing generally and its application to the use of freely available material on the Internet in particular. I reserve my "harsh" words for Mme Bulte and her Heritage Committee colleagues who put their names on a highly flawed report that is clearly the product of lobbying over logic, and the lobbyists who provided inaccurate information that contributed to this result.