Podcast is here. Prentice dodges the questions and ultimately hangs up on the interviewer. Update: YouTube version of the interview.
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CBC's Search Engine, which last year crowdsourced questions for Industry Minister Jim Prentice, is asking Canadians for practical questions about the consequences of Bill C-61.
CBC's Search Engine covers the Prentice open house with interviews and an insider perspective on the event. Update: Cambrian House has a terrific video of the Prentice event.
Industry Minister Jim Prentice continues to duck questions, but Bruce Lehman, the architect of the DMCA, was apparently happy to come on CBC's Search Engine program to discuss the law. His verdict? "I don't think it [DMCA] has achieved the objectives we necessarily intended."
CBC's Search Engine, a weekly radio program on Internet issues, has become must-listen radio on the unfolding Canadian copyright law reform initiative. Today's program (MP3 version) featured an interview with George Barker, the Australian economist who criticized the Industry Canada P2P study, that focused on Barker's views and his links […]