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February 15, 2005
The Vision Thing Does Copyfight
I'm thrilled to point you to a new podcast program by The Vision Thing featuring a number of my favorite voices in this space: Joe Gratz, Copyfight's own Dr. Alan Wexelblat, and David Bollier. It covers a variety of topics we've been discussing here at Copyfight, all hovering around a few core questions -- what's fair use? How is copyright threatening innovation and creativity? And if we reject WIPO's vision of IP extremism, what do we embrace?
On a more granular level, we get to hear Joe, Alan, and David answer questions like, "Why did people roast Marty Schwimmer when he protested having his RSS feed scraped by Bloglines?" and "How does copyrighting the Bean that Shall Not Be Photographed protect the artist -- or does it?"
Very cool, and well worth the listen -- especially if you've been too busy to do more than skim the surface of these issues.
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