January 12, 2007 | By Danny O'Brien

Line Noise at CES

EFF's audio segment, Line Noise, returns with a visit to the Consumer Electronics Show. Activist Derek Slater takes a look at the latest gadgets, with an eye to how the market has been affected by the shifting sands of copyright law.

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