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ôThe Law and Politics of Open Sourceö Part 2: Drazen Pantic, a rebuttal from Derek Keats and Eben Moglen, and questions with the full Panel.
How can someone use current, consumer-friendly technology to provide a democratic and open forum for broadcasting? Pantic reveals the lessons learned from his ongoing work with video broadcasting using public wifi networks. He addresses both technical requirements and social implications.

Keats presents a brief plea to consider the social function of open source as a means of encouraging and promoting human creativity.

Moglen provides a rebuttal to the remarks of both McGowan and Sookman. He takes particular issue with Sookman`s interpretation of the international application of the GPL.
Day 1, Afternoon Session:
1/1/2001 3456 views

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