Brad Templeton on Cyber-Rights

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Brad Templeton of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, interviewed by Andrew Keen.



“Because the Internet is entirely made of private property, things like the First and Fourth Amendments do not necessarily apply.” Internet pioneer and current Chairman of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Brad Templeton discusses how the Net does not give you the protections you might think you have, and the intricacies of copy-right control in the digital age. PJM’s Special Correspondent for Technology and Culture Andrew Keen conducts this exclusive podcast."