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and Webcast Archive
of Spoon's Performance at House of Blues
Join the Berkman Center and EFF for a conference to explore the intersection between digital technology, music, and public policy. The day-long event features panel discussions with activists and thinkers, demonstrations of cutting-edge technologies, and addresses by leaders in law, technology, and the music industry. It culminates in an informal reception and, at 8:30pm, a concert at Cambridge's House of Blues featuring Spoon, sponsored by Palmer & Dodge LLP, DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid, sponsored by Riffage.com, and They Might Be Giants, sponsored by EMusic.com
You can find concert webcast information here.
The conference took place from 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. EST in Ames Courtroom in Austin Hall, here in Cambridge on the Harvard Law School campus.
Speakers, moderators and panelists included:
Questions or comments? E-mail Glenn Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about legal issues related to MP3, read the
Signal or Noise briefing
book or link to the MP3
reading materials from Professor Terry
Fisher's course on Intellectual Property at Harvard