Intellectual Property Online: Legal Issues Blogger Denise Howell Talks With PodTech’s John Furrier

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Denise Howell’s blog, Bag and Baggage, highlights legal and policy issues affecting podcasting and Internet governance in general. An appellate, intellectual property and technology lawyer, she takes this podcast opportunity to discuss net neutrality, Creative Commons, copyright issues, and her prediction that, over the next few years, intellectual property rules may create a two-tiered informational ecosystem. PodTech founder John Furrier caught up with her at this year’s AlwaysOn conference.

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