June 20, 2006 | By Danny O'Brien

Line Noise Goes to Washington

Our latest EFF podcast reverses the polarity of the standard media interview, as we quiz Washington journalist Drew Clark, the National Journal's tech policy expert. He gives us his impartial, frontline view of the battle for the broadcast and audio flags in Congress.

Line Noise is available, as ever, from our MP3 or OGG podcast feeds, or as direct MP3 or OGG downloads.


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