Byran Alexander reports from the Berkeley DRM Conference
In February the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology held a conference to demonstrate and push the limits of DRM. For a sunny weekend in northern California, representatives of computer science, entertainment, media companies, Congress, the FTC, European copyright law, and the occasional cypherpunk, offered their versions of DRM, while holding each otherís notions up to fierce scrutiny.
Two Degrees of Separation
by Sarah Granger
In an entirely unscientific study, Sarah examines the uncanny social connections that sprout from the Silicon Valley populus.
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