Valenti and Eisner lead the IP (intellectual property) charge. For them, it's a question of theft vs a healthy economy - copyright is the health of the state. Intel's VP offers sole dissent, and enters, ah, dialogue. I think this representative hardware resistance will drive the result to something other than the Hollings bill. Kazaa, dissed, fires back - this is a very sustained, rich defense of p2p.
Meanwhile, the Grammys feature a fierce anti-"piracy" snap. Goes well with a series of CNN HN spots.
:: posted by Bryan, 6:51 PM |