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[PODCAST] All Rights Reserved – Episode 3: The Myth of Anti-Piracy

All Rights Reserved is an enhanced podcast that advocates for copyright reform that balances the interests of copyright holders and content users. In this episode, we will explore both failed pieces of legislation of SOPA and PROTECT IP, as well as a mildly popular conspiracy theory as to how Internet Piracy became widespread. Also, due to technical difficulties that I mentioned last week, I have last week’s Roundtable discussion in today’s episode.

Here are the links to the content related to the CNET conspiracy theory:





As I say in the video, this podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

If you use this video, please attribute using my name (Rico Robbins), and if it’s on the web, please include a link back to the original video. Thank you!

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