Karen and Bradley discuss an update on the Google Books Settlement, some follow up from 0x1F regarding feedback on the mobile phones show, and discuss Karen's new position as General Counsel.Running time: 00:48:24.
Segment 0 (00:28)
- A listener wrote in to say that the the A7 Model of the FreeRunner is still available. (04:20)
- Bradley mentioned an identica discussion with Evan Prodromou. (04:47)
- In the last show, we forgot to mention the Mer project, which is trying to build a fully Free Software system for the N900 and related devices. (07:02)
- Bradley mentioned a story linked to by Glyn Moody on identi.ca that showed how much dominance of the “smart phone” market Research in Motion has over other alternatives. (08:58)
- The Defective by Design campaign has a petition against DRM on the iPad. (13:17)
- Bradley mentioned that Amazon removed the book 1984 from some people's Kindle's, an ironic example of DRM. (13:37)
- Bradley mentioned prcutler's comment about the iPad. (15:32)
- Bradley mentioned they have purposely slowed sales of iPhones in New York City. (16:03)
Segment 1 (19:20)
- FSF made another objection to the (now amended) Google Books Settlement with the help of the SFLC. (20:10)
- Bradley mentioned the historical positions on the importance of Free as in Freedom documentation. (03:40)
Segment 2 (33:30)
- Karen discussed what she does as General Counsel does for SFLC.
- Karen mentioned the show where we discussed Form 990s for non-profits (40:20)
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