Derek Bambauer on Software Security and the Law

July 26th, 2006

Derek Bambauer talks about the impact of intellectual property and the laws of cyberspace on software security.

In this edition of AudioBerkman, we’ll hear from Derek speaking at a Tuesday Berkman Luncheon, July 25, 2006.

Download the MP3 (time: 1:04:26).

Produced by Colin Rhinesmith.

To learn more about Derek, the OpenNet Initiative, or other Berkman Center projects visit us on the web at cyber.law.harvard.edu.

Attribution: Music used in this edition of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by Gurdonark, titled Mellodark.

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  • 1. Info/Law » Bambauer&hellip  |  July 27th, 2006 at 12:31 pm

    […] The podcast of Derek’s lunch is now available on the AudioBerkman site here. Ethan Zuckerman posted an excellent summary of the talk, the issue, and the critique that Derek drew from Simson Garfinkel, whom Ethan aptly describes as “a security researcher and world-class skeptic.” […]

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