WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- John Ossenmacher, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ReDigi Inc. (www.redigi.com), the world's first online marketplace for the resale of pre-owned digital media, was nominated and subsequently appointed to serve on the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee (CICAC). He has also accepted an invitation to be part of the First Sale Doctrine panel at the 9th annual CICAC "State of The Net" conference to be held in Washington D.C. next week, assigned to address the issue of digital First Sale.
A voice for consumers by interested parties in Washington, the CICAC is a group comprised of and Co-Chaired by Congressional members, including Senator Patrick Leahy and Senator John Thune, as well as key officials from global companies like eBay and Google. The group's mission is to create a dialogue with Congress and to formulate plans regarding legislation and Internet-related policy issues.
Ossenmacher's position with CICAC will provide the opportunity to bring the issue of digital First Sale, as well as ReDigi's extensive work to support consumer rights and create anti-piracy measures for digital media, in front of Congress. For more information, please contact Jaclyn Inglis at 855.473.3444 x 706 or via email at Jaclyn@ReDigi.com.
ReDigi™ is the world's first online marketplace for the resale of pre-owned digital media, and a one-stop-shop that allows users to store, stream, buy and sell legally acquired digital media. ReDigi's technology is covered by numerous patent applications and functions to insure the rights of consumers, artists, authors and copyright holders are protected in a far superior way than ever previously thought possible, and protects the integrity of the process from those looking to misuse digital content. ReDigi is also the first company in history to provide artists and authors a recurring revenue stream by offering Artist/Author Syndication as part of the secondary marketplace. ReDigi is notably one of the most significant technologies to emerge in the digital space.
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