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Sunday, November 2, 2008

"Intellectual Property Colloquium" podcast with Doug Lichtman
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We've failed to keep our podcast alive here at the TLF -- and I apologize about that -- but there are still a lot of good tech policy-related podcasts out there for you to listen to. Here's a new one that sounds very promising. It's called the "Intellectual Property Colloquium" podcast, and it's hosted by the brilliant Doug Lichtman, a professor of law at UCLA Law School.

The first show features a discussion that took place in one of Prof. Lichtman's classes in which the always-interesting Fred Von Lohmann of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) begins by talking about the controversial Cablevision DVR case and then transitions into copyright law and infringement more generally. Doug jumps into the conversation about 12 minutes and needles Fred with a litany of excellent questions that really get the debate going. Whenever Doug and Fred go at it, it is a real intellectual clash of the titans.

The upcoming shows look just as good. Next up is a debate between Stacey Byrnes of NBC-Universal and Tim Wu of Columbia University about the DMCA notice-and-takedown process. The November show will include Dan Solove talking about "Privacy in a Networked World." [I am just finishing up his important new book, Understanding Privacy, and I will be posting a review of it here soon.] And the December show is called "Everyone Hates DRM," and is set to include Ed Felton of Princeton University versus Dean Marks of Warner Brothers. That should be a interesting conversation.

posted by Adam Thierer @ 9:05 AM | IP , Non-PFF Podcasts

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