Intellectual Property

Saturday, May 19, 2001

In an age of rapid technological innovation and information architects, technology often collides with free speech in a way that impacts everything from the First Amendment to home movies. Brooke talks to NPR cultural correspondent Rick Carr about the De-CSS case, the latest legal controversy over intellectual property rights.

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