September 18, 2000 11:40 AM   Subscribe

Wired has an interesting interview this month with David Boies, chief counsel for Napster and DOJ vs. MS (unfortunately, this link just points to the fact that the content won't be online until 10.10. With the debate about Napster everywhere (including september 16th below), I thought it helped to clarify exactly what Napster's position is. I thought John Perry Barlow's (EFF) essay was helpful as well.
posted by Sean Meade (1 comment total)
For a representative sampling of John Perry Barlow's stuff: http://www.eff.org/
posted by Sean Meade at 11:42 AM on September 18, 2000

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