(entry last updated: 2002-07-12 18:00:29)
Ugh – the Berman Coble bill is starting to take enough shape that people are commenting [now, including Slashdot] and it looks pretty awful – even with a sop to the webcasters. At least Illiad can keep a sense of humor. Wired has a new Palladium spin article – this is going to go on for quite a while….
UPDATE: Sorry – kind of a busy day here, so I’m a little behind. One key piece: Slashdot is reporting, and I can confirm, that Steven Levy’s Newsweek piece on Palladium posted on MSNBC’s www site is gone (find the text at Cryptome). Here’s the other stuff I have….
(4 items listed below)
- Declan McCullagh discusses elements and implications of the emergent Berman and Coble bill on ZDNet (includes TalkBacks). Slashdot also has picked it up with a few more links.
- Illiad suggests an accounting explanation to help the RIAA’s position on file sharing.
- Paul Boutin joins the Palladium spin cycle at Wired.com
GrepLaw has a distressing interpretation of a California court ruling on digital file sharing – of porn.