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P2P Senate Committee Hearing
October 1, 2003 5:25 AM   Subscribe

U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs. Privacy & Piracy: The Paradox of Illegal File Sharing on Peer-to-Peer Networks and the Impact of Technology on the Entertainment Industry. View the hearing of September 29. [Real Media].
posted by nthdegx (3 comments total)

 
Correction: September 30

Panel 1
  • Senator Barbara Boxer , (D-CA)
Panel 2
  • Mitch Bainwol , Chairman & CEO , Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) , Washington, DC
  • Jack Valenti , President & CEO , Motion Picture Association (MPA) , Washington, D.C.
  • LL Cool J , Recording Artist
  • Mike Negra [View PDF] , President , Mikes Video, Inc. , State College, Pennsylvania
Panel 3
  • Alan Morris , Executive Director , Sharman Networks Limited (Parent Co. of KaZaA) , Australia/England/Vanuatu
  • Derek Broes , Executive Vice President , Altnet , Woodland Hills, California
  • Chris Gladwin , Founder & Chief Operating Officer , FullAudio Corporation , Chicago, Illinois
  • Lorriane Sullivan , Recipient of RIAA Subpoena and Target of RIAA Lawsuit , Target of RIAA Lawsuit , New York, New York
  • Chuck D , Recording Artist, Author, Activist , Los Angeles, California
Panel 4
  • Jonathan D. Moreno , PhD , Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics , University of Virginia , Charlottesville, Virginia
  • James DeLong [View PDF] , Senior Fellow and Director , Center for the Study of Digital Property, The Progress & Freedom Foundation
posted by nthdegx at 5:28 AM on October 1, 2003


Jesus. They got LL Cool J to their artist victim.

His part is all about how intellectual property = actual property. Over and over again he spits out examples of "if there is a thing over there and I take it, is it right?!"

Chuck D was good though.
posted by mathowie at 8:36 AM on October 1, 2003


Yes the repetition of the same analogy was painful, although I think he settled a little when the questions began. Chuck D seemed like the only orator in the room, although was impressed both by Alan Morris and Derek Broes.
posted by nthdegx at 8:56 AM on October 1, 2003


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