Lots of DMCA news this week. First, Salon has the reactions of various parties to the release of the U.S. Copyright Offi ce’s release of a report to Congress on the DMCA. Disappointingly, they hewed to the industry line on this bought and paid for legislation. NPR ran a story yesterday on the demise of radio stations streaming over the Internet. Part of the report focused on some pernicious provisions of the DMCA, such as a ban on telling what songs you’ll play in advance, and playing songs from the same artist back-to-back. Since many radio stations can legally do both of these things over the airwaves, it makes them difficult to webcast.