December 16, 2003

Seth Finkelstein GrepLaw Interview (Censorware, Copyright, and Blogs)

GrepLaw has an interview with me today:

Seth Finkelstein on Censorware, Copyright, and Blogs

It's over 6,000 words long. Of course, I think it's well worth reading. But I'm biased there.

The topics range over censorware, copyright, DMCA, free-speech activism, committing bloggery, and more. I went on at length. So even if you've heard me say it all before, it might be worth a look just for the collected edition.

[Update: URL now goes to archived text on my site]

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in infothought | on December 16, 2003 07:24 AM (Infothought permalink) | Followups
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Yes, it is worth reading. And rereading at leisure from the printed form; it's about 5,500 words too long to absorb from the screen.

The set of blogs that reference it should be interesting to trace: I got to it from Copyfight, accidentally first on my list of IP-related blog Favorites (which are in alphabetic order).

(I had no idea you were so young. Makes me feel even older...)

Posted by: Walt Crawford at December 16, 2003 12:26 PM

I agree. Interesting interview, worth reading again.

Posted by: steven at December 16, 2003 11:07 PM

I just added it to Secure Computing's database of filtered URLs.

Love always,

P.S. I am now Minister of Disinformation at Secure Computing.
P.P.S. Fear me.

Posted by: David Burt at December 17, 2003 11:12 AM