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I am pleased to report that, in September, Hearsay Culture will be an “intellectual sponsor” of Innovate/Activate, an intellectual property and activism unconference sponsored by New York Law School and Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. I am very much looking forward to participating in what should be a great discussion of two of Hearsay […]
Next Tuesday, June 10, I’ll be on the other side of the mike. For those of you who just can’t get enough, I’ll be on WFAE-FM‘s Charlotte Talks discussing search engine regulation. For those of you outside the Charlotte area, you can find the show here, and it will air from 9-10 AM eastern. Listen […]
I’m pleased to post Show #38, my interview with Tony Falzone, Director of the Fair Use Project (FUP) at Stanford Law School. The FUP is designed to address the challenges facing those who seek a vigorous fair use doctrine in copyright. I hope that you enjoy the interview, which focused on the hows and whys […]
April turned out to be a dormant month (for air) on Hearsay Culture, what with baby, baseball and bronchial activities. So starting Wednesday, we’ll be back on track. Thanks for your patience. Meanwhile, this week I’ll be at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference in Montreal. I will attempt some live-blogging and meeting some potential […]
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