EFF to judge: Let's webcast the RIAA's lawsuit

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11 Responses to “EFF to judge: Let's webcast the RIAA's lawsuit”

  1. Binaryloop says:

    Which reminds me… I haven’t renewed my EFF membership for 2009. Time to mosey on over and chip in for what’s important to me http://secure.eff.org/donate

  2. Jeff says:

    Outstanding. The EFF should be expected to lead by example, in as much as they are obviously in the forefront in the cultural movement that insists on open access to many types of information. What happens in our court rooms should be accessible. They are public places, and you can drop into all but popular trials anytime you like. It’s crazy that anyone would argue to NOT have most court activity (especially Supreme Court activity), viewable by the public. But we know that a lot of judges don’t like to be watched. Because they have too much power that they often abuse.

  3. Takuan says:

    lawyers hate the light.

  4. Brainspore says:

    @Takuan #2: You realize the EFF guys that filed this brief are lawyers too, right?

  5. mdh says:

    Well yeah, but they’re wearing those light absorbing EFF t-shirts under their suits.

  6. Takuan says:

    the EFF aren’t real lawyers, for one thing, my sword doesn’t glow blue in their presence.

  7. Brainspore says:

    Well, if lawyers hate the light so much then where did we all those photos of Obama showing off his abs in Hawaii?

  8. mdh says:

    TMZ. Lawyers love TMZ.

  9. Jardine says:

    Well, if lawyers hate the light so much then where did we all those photos of Obama showing off his abs in Hawaii?

    He’s a day-walker. Duh.

  10. wynneth says:

    …your ‘previous posts’ has a 404d link in it:

    The requested URL /2008/11/17/legendary-harvard-la.html?referer=sphere_search was not found on this server.

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