Episode 4.12 Five Years of Facepalming (Live at NC State)

The EU and internet law—monopolies, copyright, taxing, freedom of speech, and learning from each other.

Show Notes

In this second of two episodes recorded live at NC State (with a different class of students), we tackle the European Union’s approach to internet legislation—including everything from copyright law to dealing with monopolies—as a way to look at how differently things work around the world. What might we learn from other countries here in the U.S.? What might they learn from us?

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