TPW 28: Live (on tape) from Aspen Part 2: Pooh-poohing fair use and contemplating data retention mandates

by on September 6, 2007 · 0 comments

We took the podcast on the road this week and recorded at our Alcohol Liberation Front event on the last day of the PFF Aspen Summit conference. First off, Bill Rosenblatt of tells us why he thinks fair use might just be a quaint old notion that’s on its way out the door. We continue the fair use discussion with Solveig Singleton of PFF and Jim Harper of the Cato Institute. Finally, Adam Thierer of PFF and Declan McCullagh of C-Net’s discuss the specter of data retention mandates.

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