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Podcast Episode: Antitrust/Pro-Internet

Line Noise Podcast

Line Noise Podcast

Line Noise Podcast

Line Noise is EFF's regular audio guide to the who, the what and the why of your digital rights. It's a short (usually less than ten minute) burst of headlines and interviews that follows US domestic and international legislation, public interest litigation and other important news in technology policy.

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April 9, 2009

Tim Jones talks with Richard Esguerra about national security letters, with Danny O'Brien about "three-strikes" laws, and with Kevin Bankston about new developments in EFF's warrantless wiretapping litigation.

May 20, 2008

Tim Jones meets with Danny O'Brien to discuss Vista, DRM and the Broadcast Flag.

May 15, 2008

EFF designer Hugh D'Andrade speaks with Staff Attorney Corynne McSherry about the Orphan Works Act of 2008.

March 16, 2007

David Sobel talks about his work using the Freedom of Information Act to track the U.S. government's use of technology.

January 12, 2007

Derek Slater reports from the Consumer Electronics Show, with an eye to the consumer electronic industry's response to the changing copyright scene.

November 6, 2006

On the eve of the November elections, we speak to Congressman Rush Holt about the prospects for secure, auditable e-voting in the United States.

July 12, 2006

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Lee Tien discusses the current status of EFF's class action suit against AT&T, in the first of a two part interview.

June 20, 2006

Danny O'Brien talks to Washington tech correspondent Drew Clark about the MPAA and RIAA's broadcast and audio flag.

June 12, 2006

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Lee Tien discusses the dangers of a new bill proposed by Senator Specter.

June 9, 2006

Fred von Lohmann of EFF explains the landmine language hidden in this fast-tracked copyright bill.

May 26, 2006

Kurt Opsahl, EFF attorney working on free speech case Apple v. Does, talks about the recent victory at the California Court of Appeal. Plus the run-down on the Sony BMG settlement, and how to help in the AT&T case.

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