Tuesday Photos from the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and Web Services Conference
by Derrick Story
On the second day of O'Reilly's P2P and Web Services Conference, the Electronic Frontier Foundation announced that it would support MusicCity's legal defense team in the suit brought by 29 large entertainment companies aimed at halting the peer-to-peer software Morpheus that allows users to share multimedia files. Earlier in the day, RIAA CEO Hilary Rosen defended the music industry's legal actions in her talk titled, "The Music Industry: Where We've Been and Where We're Going."
All photos by Derrick Story, the O'Reilly Network. Press may use photos on this page as long as credit is attributed to D. Story/O'Reilly Network.
EFF press conference announcing that it has joined MusicCity's legal defense team. From left to right, Fred von Lohmann, EFF; Steve Griffin, CEO MusicCity; and Andrew Bridges, legal counsel
Andrew Bridges, legal counsel, answers a question
from the press while Steve Griffin, MusicCity CEO looks on.
Hilary Rosen, president and CEO or the RIAA, makes a
point during her talk, "The Music Industry: Where We've Been and Where We're
Hilary Rosen speaking at O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer
conference in Washington DC.
Hilary Rosen, RIAA, answers questions after her talk at
the Peer-to-Peer conference with Tim O'Reilly and Rael Dornfest looking on.
Simon Phipps, Sun Microsystems, during his keynote
address, "Peering Beyond Services."
Simon Phipps, Sun Microsystems, addressing the
O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer audience during his keynote.
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