August 17th, 2005

hell's kitten

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On the 14th of April 2005, Cornell University hosted a debate between an EFF staffer, a copyfighting academic, and legal heads of the RIAA, MPAA, Napster II and Universal. The three-hour debate raised numerous issues not only to do with peer-to-peer filesharing, but also with the history of expression, with the rights of publishers and distributors, with those of writers and readers, viewers, and listeners, and with the potential futures for digital texts.

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