Hollywood Steps Up Its Assault on the Net While Webcasting Death March Claims KPIG
Aug 01, 2002 By Doc Searls
The list of dead web radio signals now includes the Linux-powered KPIG and too many other victims to count. Meanwhile, Hollywood's anti-Net campaign is winning the fight for hearts and minds of lawmakers and regulators. What's our response?
Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal
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