AUDIO: Podcast on Technology and Copyright
As mentioned on Boing Boing
, the EFF
is back with another podcast. In this installment
, they talk to activist Derek Slater about the latest gadgets, and how they are being affected by the current talk on copyright reform. As some of you might have gathered, this is an issue I feel very deeply about, and it's one of the reasons I have become more interested in open source, public domain and Creative Commons material---material whose creators seem to have a more realistic idea of how media should be, can be, and is used. I could soapbox on this forever, but I'll spare you :) You can check out the podcast instead.
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