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"Radio Free Cyberspace"

House Committee Debates DMCA Section 104
Panelists: Mary Beth Peters - Registrar of Copyrights
   Cary Sherman - General Counsel, Recording Industry Assn. of America
   Emery Simon - Business Software Alliance
   Carey Ramos - National Music Publishers Association
Event: Oversight Hearing on Digital Millennium Copyright Act Section 104, US House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, Internet, and Intellectual Property
Date: Dec. 12, 2001
Location: Washington, DC
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Topics: Key Program Highlights:

  • 6:42 Rep. John Conyers D-MI Opening Statement
  • 9:14 Rep. Rich Boucher Boucher D-VA Opening Statement
  • 17:03 Marybeth Peters Opening Statement
  • 23:46 Carey Ramos Opening Statement (New RIAA/NMPA Deal)
  • 35:55 Emery Simon Opening Statement
  • 42:14 Q&A Chairman John Sensenbrenner to Marybeth Peters The licensed use of "ram" copies
  • 44:44 Q&A Chairman John Sensenbrenner to Cary Sherman Does the new RIAA/NMPA deal negate the need for congressional action?
  • 45:48 Carey Ramos - Pirates dominate the online marketplace
  • 47:14 Marybeth Peters - Ram buffer copies have no separate economic value
  • 54:50 Q&A John Conyers D-MI questions Cary Sherman on artist intimidation by record companies and antitrust issues.
  • 1:00:46 Q&A Rep Chris Cannon R-UT scolds Cary Sherman for Musicnet's anti-user features.
  • 1:06:14 Q&A Rep Zoe Lofgren D-CA asks Mary Beth Peters how tethering impacts the first sale doctrine and overall copyright balance.
Running time: 1:13:17 (35MB)

Lessig v. Valenti: Digital Music's Future
Guests: Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law & EFF) and Jack Valenti (Motion Picture Industry Assn. of America)
Event: The Future of the Public Commons conference
Date: November 29, 2001
Location: Univ. of S. Calif. Annenberg School for Communication, Los Angeles
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Topic: Whither online music technologies, intellectual property, and fair use?
Running time: 79:55 (32MB)

The Surveillance Society: EFF USA-PATRIOT Act Analysis
Guest: Lee Tien, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
Date: November, 15th 2001
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco
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Topic: EFF Staff Attorney Lee Tien discussing the ways the USA Patriot Act turns America into a "police state" with highly sophisticated and expanded tools for the surveillance, search and seizure of both people and property.
Running time: 40:22 (16MB)

Barlow: Reimagining the Public Domain
Guest: John Perry Barlow, EFF Board of Directors
Event: Conference on the Public Domain
Date: November 9-11, 2001
Location: Duke University Law School, Durham NC
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Topic: EFF co-founder John Perry Barlow examines the troubled future of the public domain in a world of increasing corporate control over the output of human creativity.
Running time: 18:20 (7.3MB)
Complete conference webcast archive (audio & video) is available (in RealMedia formats) at:
  http://www.law.duke.edu/pd/realcast.htm

Moglen: From Anarchist Software to Peer2Peer Culture
Guest: Eben Moglen, Professor, Columbia Law School
Event: Conference on the Public Domain
Date: November 9-11, 2001
Location: Duke University Law School, Durham NC
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Topic: "From Anarchist Software to Peer2Peer Culture: The Public Domain in Bandwidth, Software and Content", an examination of the legal landscape as it relates to P2P technologies.
Running time: 12:08 (4.8MB)
Complete conference webcast archive (audio & video) is available (in RealMedia formats) at:
  http://www.law.duke.edu/pd/realcast.htm

EFF's Farber on Future of Telecom and the FCC
Guest: David Farber, EFF Boardmember
Event:National Academy of Sciences Presidents Circle event
Date: November 2001
Location: Beckman Center at the University of California Irvine
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Topic: "The FCC and the Future of the Telecommunications Act of '96"
Running time: 33:05 (13MB)

FMC on Online Music's Future
Guest: Jenny Toomey, Executive Dir., Future of Music Coalition
Event: Future of Music Coalition College Tour - UC Berkeley
Date: Oct. 24, 2001
Location: University of California, Berkeley
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Topics:keynote speech: "The Challenges and Opportunities New Technologies Afford Those Who Create and Distribute Music Online and Off"
Running time: 61:58 (25MB)

The Future of Music Debated
Moderator: Brian Zisk, Technology Dir, Future of Music Coalition
Panelists: Ted Cohen, VP of New Media, EMI Recorded Music
   Fred von Lohmann, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
   Jenny Toomey, Executive Dir., Future of Music Coalition
Event: Future of Music Coalition College Tour - UC Berkeley
Date: Oct. 24, 2001
Location: University of California, Berkeley
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Topics: Traditional Music Business Models; The Digital Commons; The Copyright Bargain; The Digital Millennium Copyright Act; Public Domain Issues.
Running time: 60:30 (25MB)

Anti-Terrorism Efforts and Their Impact on Civil Liberties.
Moderator: Cindy Cohn, EFF Legal Director
Panelists: Ann Brick - Staff Attorney, ACLU of Northern CA
   Lee Tien - EFF Senior Staff Attorney
   Kevin Poulsen - Journalist, Security Focus Magazine
   Robert Rubin - Legal Director, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the SF Bay Area
Event: EFF "BayFF" open public meeting
Date: October 11, 2001
Location: San Francisco Public Library
Downloadable MP3: Part 1 (panel), Part 2 (Q&A)- (O)pen Audio
Topic: The impact of USA-PATRIOT Act and other anti-terrorism efforts on American freedom. This forum was co-sponsored by The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the leading civil liberties organization working to protect rights in the digital world, and by the Free Expression Network (FEN), an alliance of organizations dedicated to protecting the First Amendment right of free expression and the values it represents.
Running time: Part 1, 1:04:20 (30MB); Part 2, 00:32:44 (16MB)

Calif. DeCSS Case Oral Arguments
Event: DVD-CCA v. Bunnercourt hearing
Date: August 23, 2001
Location: California Court of Appeals (6th CA Appellate Circuit), San Jose, CA
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Topic: Oral arguments in the appeal of the preliminary injunction banning dozens of netizens from posting DeCSS online under California State trade secrets misappropriation claims. Argued by David Greene, executive director of the First Amendment Project and Robert Sugarman, partner at Weil Gotshal & Manges.
Running Time: 40:35

Outside Dmitry's Bail Hearing
Event: "Free Dmitry" Rally
Date: August 13, 2001
Location: California State Superior Court, San Jose, CA
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Topic: Messages to all who support the "Free Dmitry" and "Reform the DMCA" movements from Shari Steele, EFF Executive Director and Joe Burton, Dmitry's lead defense attorney. Several protesters also explain why they feel the DMCA dangerously places the protection of property above liberty.
Running Time: 7:36

The Emerging Rules of Cyberspace
Guest: Robin D. Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
Event: Date: February 6, 2001
Location: East Lansing, MI
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Topic: The threat to freedom of expression presented by excessive copyright protections in the digital age.
Running Time: 26:31

Free Dmitry: Anti-DMCA Protest
Guests: Nine protesters sharing their stories from the front lines of freedom's future
Event: "Free Dmitry" protest
Date: July 30, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: Over 100 people gathered at the US Federal building in downtown San Francisco to protest for the release of Dmitry Sklyrov who is the first scientist to be arrested and jailed under criminal provisions of the DMCA. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 endows publishers with new rights to exercise and exert control over your private and personal experience of copyrighted works.
Running Time: 5:54

Secret Power: Justice Under Seal
Guest: Lee Tien, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
Event: interview Date: May 15, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Indy Media and the FBI. If you visited indymedia.org during the FTAA (Free Trade of the Americas) conference in Quebec,the US and Canadian governments want to know. Without letting you know that they know.
Running Time: 15:34

Digital Freedom vs Big Business
Guest: Cindy Cohn - EFF Director of Legal Services
Event: DeCSS-DVD Trial (2nd Cir.) in NY
Date: May 1, 2001
Location: New York, NY
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: NY DVD 2nd Circuit trial preview. SDMI the DMCA and Professor Felten at Princeton University.
Running Time: 9:17

Artist Empowerment in the Digital Age
Speaker: US Senator Orrin Hatch
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: The artist's struggle for creative and financial independence. The need for an "Open Pipe Policy" that ensures the large high speed networks of our future don't discriminate against the exchange of independent creativity.
Running Time: 14:20
Sen. Hatch's Unedited Keynote Address:
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Princeton Professor and EFF Lawyer on Case Against RIAA Abuse of DMCA
Guests: Prof. Edward Felten, Princeton University, and
   Cindy Cohn, EFF Legal Director
Event: Felten v. RIAA Press Conference Date: June 6, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: DMCA-challenging professor, and his supporting EFF legal counsel, on why the academic and his colleagues have filed a legal case against the Recording Industry Association of America, and challenging the constitutionality of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act which RIAA used to threaten his research.
Running Time: 37:26

The DMCA's Erosion of Academic Freedom
Panelists: Prof. Edward Felten, Princeton University
   Leonardo Chiariglione, Executive Director SDMI
   Jack Moffitt, Icecast
   Dr. Joseph Winograd, Verance
Moderated by: Eric Scheirer, Forrester Research
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
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Topic: A panel debate on legalistic threats to academic reasearch and expression posed by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Running Time: 48:52

The Future of Creativity in Cyberspace
Panelists: John Perry Barlow, EFF Co-Founder
   Hillary Rosen, RIAA
   Chuck D., Artist
   Manus Cooney, Napster
   James Boyle, Duke Law School
Moderated by: Brad King, Wired News
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
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Topic: A panel debate on the legal and technological conflicts between the Internet and its users, and the music and movie industries' intellectual property interests.
Running Time: 59:43 (MP3)

Where Fair Use and Intellectual Property Intersect and Interact
Panelists: John Perry Barlow, EFF Co-Founder
   Jim Griffin, Founder, Evolab
   Mary Beth Peters, US Register of Copyrights
   Charlie Sanders, Harry Fox Agency
   Fred Von Lohmann, UC Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Moderated by: Robin Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
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Topic: A panel debate on the conflict between fair use (and other) individual rights, and the rights of intellectual property holders in the digital age.
Running Time: 64:58

The DMCA Debated: Do you control your technology, or does your technology control you?
Panelists: James Burger, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC
   Phil Corwin, Butera & Andrews
   Steve Englund, Arnold & Porter
   Eben Moglen, Columbia Law School
   David Post, Temple University Law School
   John Potter, Executive Director, DiMA
   Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley, EFF Board of Directors
   Michael Shapiro, International Intellectual Property Institute
Moderated by: Whitney Broussard, Selverne, Mandelbaum & Mintz
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Event: Future of Music Conference
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington 0DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: The conflict between intellectual property rights, and technologies deployed to protect them, on the one hand, and individuals' fair use, free expression and privacy rights on the other.
Running Time: 67:25

The Work for Hire Clause: How four words "almost" altered artist revenues forever
Panelists: Jay Cooper, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
   Randy Frisch, LoveCat Music Publishing
   Ken Hertz, Hansen, Jacobson, Teller & Hoberman
   Debbie Rose, Counsel to the US House Judiciary Subcommittee
   Jay Rosenthal, Recording Artists Coalition / Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe
   Cary Sherman, General Counsel, RIAA
Moderated by: Ken Kaufman, Skadden, Arps
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001 Event: Future of Music Conference
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: A panel discussion of artists' rights, especially as they relate to the Internet, in an increasingly publisher-controlled world.
Running Time: 57:39

Born Within Fences: Is Creativity Ensnared or Enabled by Technology?
Moderator: Brian Zisk, Director of Technology, Future of Music Coalition
Panelists: Robin Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
   Don Marti, Linux Journal
   C. "Monty" Montgomery, Lead Developer, Vorbis
   Michael Shinn, The Shadow Group
   Daniel Weitzner, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
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Topic: A panel discussion on P2P technologies, content industry protectionism, "digital rights management" and the collision of law and the Internet.
Running Time: 65:47

Future of Napster Hangs in Courtroom Balance
Event: Napster: 9th Circuit Oral Arguments Date: Oct. 11, 2000
Location: US Federal Courthouse, San Francisco, CA.
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Topic: Oral argument in the Oct. 2001 appellate hearing in the federal case against Napster.

Evidence of Echelon
Guest: Duncan Campbell
Event: Cypherpunks Meeting
Part 1, Part 2 Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio Topic: Campbell discusses evidence he has collected confirming the existence of Echelon, a multigovernment-run information collection network that sifts through the world's telephone, email, fax and telex traffic for the consumers of intelligence product worldwide.

Carnivore and Your Privacy
Guest: EFF Staff Attorney Deborah S. Pierce
Event: interview
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: Pierce examines the FBI's new e-snooping tools and what they mean for you.

COPA: The "Child Online Protection Act"
Guest: EFF Staff Attorney Deborah S. Pierce
Event: interview
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Analysis of the 3rd Circuit free speech court victory.

Protecting Your Privacy
Guest: Beth Givens, Executive Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Event: interview
Location: PRC offices, San Diego, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Givens presents common-sense tactics you can use to preserve your privacy and shield your own identity from theft.

Intellectual Property Online
Speaker:Jim Griffith, Founder, Evo Labs
Event: US Senate Digital Music Hearings Location:Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: Opening Comments on the "friction-free delivery" of intellectual property online.

Running Time: 8:00

Hatch on Fair Use
Speakers: US Senator Orrin Hatch & RIAA's Hillary Rosen
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio Event: US Senate Digital Music Hearings Location:Washington, DC

Topic: Direct Questioning Excerpt: "Is it Fair Use When I...?"


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"Radio Free Cyberspace"

House Committee Debates DMCA Section 104
Panelists: Mary Beth Peters - Registrar of Copyrights
   Cary Sherman - General Counsel, Recording Industry Assn. of America
   Emery Simon - Business Software Alliance
   Carey Ramos - National Music Publishers Association
Event: Oversight Hearing on Digital Millennium Copyright Act Section 104, US House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, Internet, and Intellectual Property
Date: Dec. 12, 2001
Location: Washington, DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topics: Key Program Highlights:

Running time: 1:13:17 (35MB)

Lessig v. Valenti: Digital Music's Future
Guests: Lawrence Lessig (Stanford Law & EFF) and Jack Valenti (Motion Picture Industry Assn. of America)
Event: The Future of the Public Commons conference
Date: November 29, 2001
Location: Univ. of S. Calif. Annenberg School for Communication, Los Angeles
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Whither online music technologies, intellectual property, and fair use?
Running time: 79:55 (32MB)

The Surveillance Society: EFF USA-PATRIOT Act Analysis
Guest: Lee Tien, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
Date: November, 15th 2001
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: EFF Staff Attorney Lee Tien discussing the ways the USA Patriot Act turns America into a "police state" with highly sophisticated and expanded tools for the surveillance, search and seizure of both people and property.
Running time: 40:22 (16MB)

Barlow: Reimagining the Public Domain
Guest: John Perry Barlow, EFF Board of Directors
Event: Conference on the Public Domain
Date: November 9-11, 2001
Location: Duke University Law School, Durham NC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: EFF co-founder John Perry Barlow examines the troubled future of the public domain in a world of increasing corporate control over the output of human creativity.
Running time: 18:20 (7.3MB)
Complete conference webcast archive (audio & video) is available (in RealMedia formats) at:
  http://www.law.duke.edu/pd/realcast.htm

Moglen: From Anarchist Software to Peer2Peer Culture
Guest: Eben Moglen, Professor, Columbia Law School
Event: Conference on the Public Domain
Date: November 9-11, 2001
Location: Duke University Law School, Durham NC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: "From Anarchist Software to Peer2Peer Culture: The Public Domain in Bandwidth, Software and Content", an examination of the legal landscape as it relates to P2P technologies.
Running time: 12:08 (4.8MB)
Complete conference webcast archive (audio & video) is available (in RealMedia formats) at:
  http://www.law.duke.edu/pd/realcast.htm

EFF's Farber on Future of Telecom and the FCC
Guest: David Farber, EFF Boardmember
Event:National Academy of Sciences Presidents Circle event
Date: November 2001
Location: Beckman Center at the University of California Irvine
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: "The FCC and the Future of the Telecommunications Act of '96"
Running time: 33:05 (13MB)

FMC on Online Music's Future
Guest: Jenny Toomey, Executive Dir., Future of Music Coalition
Event: Future of Music Coalition College Tour - UC Berkeley
Date: Oct. 24, 2001
Location: University of California, Berkeley
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topics:keynote speech: "The Challenges and Opportunities New Technologies Afford Those Who Create and Distribute Music Online and Off"
Running time: 61:58 (25MB)

The Future of Music Debated
Moderator: Brian Zisk, Technology Dir, Future of Music Coalition
Panelists: Ted Cohen, VP of New Media, EMI Recorded Music
   Fred von Lohmann, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
   Jenny Toomey, Executive Dir., Future of Music Coalition
Event: Future of Music Coalition College Tour - UC Berkeley
Date: Oct. 24, 2001
Location: University of California, Berkeley
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topics: Traditional Music Business Models; The Digital Commons; The Copyright Bargain; The Digital Millennium Copyright Act; Public Domain Issues.
Running time: 60:30 (25MB)

Anti-Terrorism Efforts and Their Impact on Civil Liberties.
Moderator: Cindy Cohn, EFF Legal Director
Panelists: Ann Brick - Staff Attorney, ACLU of Northern CA
   Lee Tien - EFF Senior Staff Attorney
   Kevin Poulsen - Journalist, Security Focus Magazine
   Robert Rubin - Legal Director, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights of the SF Bay Area
Event: EFF "BayFF" open public meeting
Date: October 11, 2001
Location: San Francisco Public Library
Downloadable MP3: Part 1 (panel), Part 2 (Q&A)- (O)pen Audio
Topic: The impact of USA-PATRIOT Act and other anti-terrorism efforts on American freedom. This forum was co-sponsored by The Electronic Frontier Foundation, the leading civil liberties organization working to protect rights in the digital world, and by the Free Expression Network (FEN), an alliance of organizations dedicated to protecting the First Amendment right of free expression and the values it represents.
Running time: Part 1, 1:04:20 (30MB); Part 2, 00:32:44 (16MB)

Calif. DeCSS Case Oral Arguments
Event: DVD-CCA v. Bunnercourt hearing
Date: August 23, 2001
Location: California Court of Appeals (6th CA Appellate Circuit), San Jose, CA
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Oral arguments in the appeal of the preliminary injunction banning dozens of netizens from posting DeCSS online under California State trade secrets misappropriation claims. Argued by David Greene, executive director of the First Amendment Project and Robert Sugarman, partner at Weil Gotshal & Manges.
Running Time: 40:35

Outside Dmitry's Bail Hearing
Event: "Free Dmitry" Rally
Date: August 13, 2001
Location: California State Superior Court, San Jose, CA
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Messages to all who support the "Free Dmitry" and "Reform the DMCA" movements from Shari Steele, EFF Executive Director and Joe Burton, Dmitry's lead defense attorney. Several protesters also explain why they feel the DMCA dangerously places the protection of property above liberty.
Running Time: 7:36

The Emerging Rules of Cyberspace
Guest: Robin D. Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
Event: Date: February 6, 2001
Location: East Lansing, MI
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: The threat to freedom of expression presented by excessive copyright protections in the digital age.
Running Time: 26:31

Free Dmitry: Anti-DMCA Protest
Guests: Nine protesters sharing their stories from the front lines of freedom's future
Event: "Free Dmitry" protest
Date: July 30, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Over 100 people gathered at the US Federal building in downtown San Francisco to protest for the release of Dmitry Sklyrov who is the first scientist to be arrested and jailed under criminal provisions of the DMCA. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 endows publishers with new rights to exercise and exert control over your private and personal experience of copyrighted works.
Running Time: 5:54

Secret Power: Justice Under Seal
Guest: Lee Tien, EFF Senior Staff Attorney
Event: interview Date: May 15, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Indy Media and the FBI. If you visited indymedia.org during the FTAA (Free Trade of the Americas) conference in Quebec,the US and Canadian governments want to know. Without letting you know that they know.
Running Time: 15:34

Digital Freedom vs Big Business
Guest: Cindy Cohn - EFF Director of Legal Services
Event: DeCSS-DVD Trial (2nd Cir.) in NY
Date: May 1, 2001
Location: New York, NY
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: NY DVD 2nd Circuit trial preview. SDMI the DMCA and Professor Felten at Princeton University.
Running Time: 9:17

Artist Empowerment in the Digital Age
Speaker: US Senator Orrin Hatch
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: The artist's struggle for creative and financial independence. The need for an "Open Pipe Policy" that ensures the large high speed networks of our future don't discriminate against the exchange of independent creativity.
Running Time: 14:20
Sen. Hatch's Unedited Keynote Address:
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio

 

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Princeton Professor and EFF Lawyer on Case Against RIAA Abuse of DMCA
Guests: Prof. Edward Felten, Princeton University, and
   Cindy Cohn, EFF Legal Director
Event: Felten v. RIAA Press Conference Date: June 6, 2001
Location: San Francisco, CA
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: DMCA-challenging professor, and his supporting EFF legal counsel, on why the academic and his colleagues have filed a legal case against the Recording Industry Association of America, and challenging the constitutionality of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act which RIAA used to threaten his research.
Running Time: 37:26

The DMCA's Erosion of Academic Freedom
Panelists: Prof. Edward Felten, Princeton University
   Leonardo Chiariglione, Executive Director SDMI
   Jack Moffitt, Icecast
   Dr. Joseph Winograd, Verance
Moderated by: Eric Scheirer, Forrester Research
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: A panel debate on legalistic threats to academic reasearch and expression posed by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Running Time: 48:52

The Future of Creativity in Cyberspace
Panelists: John Perry Barlow, EFF Co-Founder
   Hillary Rosen, RIAA
   Chuck D., Artist
   Manus Cooney, Napster
   James Boyle, Duke Law School
Moderated by: Brad King, Wired News
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: A panel debate on the legal and technological conflicts between the Internet and its users, and the music and movie industries' intellectual property interests.
Running Time: 59:43 (MP3)

Where Fair Use and Intellectual Property Intersect and Interact
Panelists: John Perry Barlow, EFF Co-Founder
   Jim Griffin, Founder, Evolab
   Mary Beth Peters, US Register of Copyrights
   Charlie Sanders, Harry Fox Agency
   Fred Von Lohmann, UC Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
Moderated by: Robin Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: A panel debate on the conflict between fair use (and other) individual rights, and the rights of intellectual property holders in the digital age.
Running Time: 64:58

The DMCA Debated: Do you control your technology, or does your technology control you?
Panelists: James Burger, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC
   Phil Corwin, Butera & Andrews
   Steve Englund, Arnold & Porter
   Eben Moglen, Columbia Law School
   David Post, Temple University Law School
   John Potter, Executive Director, DiMA
   Pamela Samuelson, UC Berkeley, EFF Board of Directors
   Michael Shapiro, International Intellectual Property Institute
Moderated by: Whitney Broussard, Selverne, Mandelbaum & Mintz
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Event: Future of Music Conference
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington 0DC
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: The conflict between intellectual property rights, and technologies deployed to protect them, on the one hand, and individuals' fair use, free expression and privacy rights on the other.
Running Time: 67:25

The Work for Hire Clause: How four words "almost" altered artist revenues forever
Panelists: Jay Cooper, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
   Randy Frisch, LoveCat Music Publishing
   Ken Hertz, Hansen, Jacobson, Teller & Hoberman
   Debbie Rose, Counsel to the US House Judiciary Subcommittee
   Jay Rosenthal, Recording Artists Coalition / Berliner, Corcoran & Rowe
   Cary Sherman, General Counsel, RIAA
Moderated by: Ken Kaufman, Skadden, Arps
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001 Event: Future of Music Conference
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: A panel discussion of artists' rights, especially as they relate to the Internet, in an increasingly publisher-controlled world.
Running Time: 57:39

Born Within Fences: Is Creativity Ensnared or Enabled by Technology?
Moderator: Brian Zisk, Director of Technology, Future of Music Coalition
Panelists: Robin Gross, EFF Staff Attorney
   Don Marti, Linux Journal
   C. "Monty" Montgomery, Lead Developer, Vorbis
   Michael Shinn, The Shadow Group
   Daniel Weitzner, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
Event: Future of Music Conference
Date: Jan. 29, 2001
Location: Georgetown Univ., Washington, DC
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Topic: A panel discussion on P2P technologies, content industry protectionism, "digital rights management" and the collision of law and the Internet.
Running Time: 65:47

Future of Napster Hangs in Courtroom Balance
Event: Napster: 9th Circuit Oral Arguments Date: Oct. 11, 2000
Location: US Federal Courthouse, San Francisco, CA.
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Topic: Oral argument in the Oct. 2001 appellate hearing in the federal case against Napster.

Evidence of Echelon
Guest: Duncan Campbell
Event: Cypherpunks Meeting
Part 1, Part 2 Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio Topic: Campbell discusses evidence he has collected confirming the existence of Echelon, a multigovernment-run information collection network that sifts through the world's telephone, email, fax and telex traffic for the consumers of intelligence product worldwide.

Carnivore and Your Privacy
Guest: EFF Staff Attorney Deborah S. Pierce
Event: interview
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: Pierce examines the FBI's new e-snooping tools and what they mean for you.

COPA: The "Child Online Protection Act"
Guest: EFF Staff Attorney Deborah S. Pierce
Event: interview
Location: EFF offices, San Francisco, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Analysis of the 3rd Circuit free speech court victory.

Protecting Your Privacy
Guest: Beth Givens, Executive Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
Event: interview
Location: PRC offices, San Diego, CA
Music By: Virtual Recordings Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio
Topic: Givens presents common-sense tactics you can use to preserve your privacy and shield your own identity from theft.

Intellectual Property Online
Speaker:Jim Griffith, Founder, Evo Labs
Event: US Senate Digital Music Hearings Location:Washington, DC
Music By: Virtual Recordings
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Topic: Opening Comments on the "friction-free delivery" of intellectual property online.

Running Time: 8:00

Hatch on Fair Use
Speakers: US Senator Orrin Hatch & RIAA's Hillary Rosen
Downloadable MP3 - (O)pen Audio Event: US Senate Digital Music Hearings Location:Washington, DC

Topic: Direct Questioning Excerpt: "Is it Fair Use When I...?"


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