TPW 17: Collective Licensing, Software Patents, and Google vs. Microsoft

by on June 15, 2007 · 14 comments

Tech Policy Weekly from the Technology Liberation Front is a weekly podcast about technology policy from TLF’s learned band of contributors. The shows’s panelists this week are Adam Thierer of the Progress and Freedom Foundation, Tim Lee of the Cato Institute, Braden Cox of the Association for Competitive Technology, and Fred von Lohmann of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Topics include,

  • Fred von Lohmann makes the case for collective licensing on campus in the Washington Post,
  • Tim Lee makes the case against software patents in the New York Times, and
  • Google brings an antitrust complaint against Microsoft’s desktop search software.

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