The Death of Copyright, con’t

As part of my continuing efforts to explain — both to myself, and to others — why it is that copyright law as we know it is so grotesquely unsuited to the global network, I gave a talk recently at a joint meeting of the NYC chapters of the Copyright Society of the US and the Internet Society (and interesting combination for this purpose) on the subject, and the folks at ISOC have posted the video of the talk here. FYI, in case you’re interested (and with all the usual self-abnegating apologies for shameless self-promotion — hey, buy my book!)

[PS – if you want to see the Larry Lessig video that I displayed at the talk – the video within the video, as it were — it’s available here]