Law And Technology Of DRM 2003
June 09, 2003
Ed Felten Explains How Black Boxes Interfere With Effective Public Policy

A number of distinguished organizations sponsored the Law and Technology of DRM conference that took place February 27 - March 1, 2003.

This presentation by Ed Felten is a real mind blower. The public is expected to tolerate the use of black box technologies in situations where doing so cannot possibly be in our best interest to do so, such as electronic voting machine systems.

The stills below explain a bit about this, but you'll really want to listen to the whole thing for yourself. Please do. It's really important that we all start taking this stuff very seriously so that we can start making our representatives aware of the current intolerable situation.

Ed Felten - Part 1 of 2 (Small - 10 MB)
Ed Felten - Part 2 of 2 (Small - 8 MB)

Ed Felten - Complete (Small - 17 MB)

Ed Felten - Complete (Hi-Res - 226 MB)

Audio - Ed Felten - Complete (MP3 - 12 MB)

Here's a transcript.

Public Domain Dedication

This work is dedicated to the
Public Domain. (Take it and run, baby!)

Posted by Lisa at June 09, 2003 01:19 PM | TrackBack
Me A to Z (A Work In Progress)

no luck on the downloads, are there any mirrors available?

Posted by: wah on June 10, 2003 08:20 AM

works from home. Thanks for the follow-up email. Folks, give her a hand.


Posted by: wah on June 10, 2003 09:20 PM
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