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June 05, 2007


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Little Carmine

Prof. Picker - that post was way too short and leaves us dangling on the precipice of an enormous crossroads, so to speak. Don't tell us what we already know, take us straight to the riveting conclusion!

Doug Lay

I hope your next post isn't going to talk about TPMs and the DMCA anti-circumvention provision as responses to the Napster threat, because these things predate Napster. In fact, if TPMs are effective at all, it's against the type of "schoolyard" copying that predates the rise of Internet file-sharing networks.

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