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.

As ever, you can hear this episode directly as a MP3 formatted or Ogg Vorbis file, or subscribe to our podcast feeds in iPod-friendly MP3 feeds, or patently unencumbered Ogg format.


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