Monthly Archives: July 2008

Guest on Lawyer 2 Lawyer Podcast: “Privacy and Piracy: Viacom v. YouTube”

I was honored to be asked to participate on the excellent Lawyer 2 Lawyer podcast on the topic of the recent stipulation entered into between Viacom and YouTube (Google) over user data that the Judge in that case ordered to be turned over to Viacom. My fellow guest was Lauren Gelman, the Executive Director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, and the discussion was very good. Of course, the hosts, J. Craig Williams and Bob Ambrogi, did their typically great job as well. I regularly listen to show during my commute, so it was fun to be on it for a change.

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