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I have previously written about the problems associated with the Copyright Royalty Board's new royalty rates for webcasts. To bring attention to this issue, today is Internet radio's "Day of Silence." KZSU-FM, where you can normally hear Hearsay Culture live, is participating. Read more » about Today is Internet Radio's "Day of Silence"
From ZDNet: "Google’s role in an open source world by ZDNet's Dana Blankenhorn -- Google proves you can scale an enormous company in a short time, share code extensively (under a variety of licenses), yet still keep what you need to have private, private." Read more » about Open Source and Privacy Can Co-exist and Thrive!
This week, in celebration of the 200th show, David Levine, host of Hearsay Culture, is interviewed by Denise Howell of This Week in Law. Read more » about David Levine - Hearsay Culture Show #200 - KZSU-FM
This week, David Levine interviews Prof. Alasdair Roberts of Suffolk University Law School and author of The End of Protest. Read more » about Prof. Alasdair Roberts - Hearsay Culture Show #198 - KZSU-FM
This week, David Levine interviews Daniel Nazer, a Staff Attorney on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s intellectual property team, focusing on patent reform. Read more » about Daniel Nazer - Hearsay Culture Show #197 - KZSU-FM
CIS Affiliate Scholar David Levine interviews Prof. Chris Marsden of the University of Sussex and Ian Brown of Oxford University, authors of Regulating Code. Read more » about Prof. Chris Marsden and Ian Brown - Hearsay Culture - Show #194 - KZSU-FM
CIS Affiliate Scholar David Levine interviews Prof. Anupam Chander of UC Davis Law, author of the just-released book The Electronic Silk Road. Read more » about Prof. Anupam Chander - Hearsay Culture - Show #193 - KZSU-FM