IPTelligentsia Podcast: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer (Part 2/2)

Last week, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection held hearings on Digital Content and Enabling Technology: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer. This is the second half of the podcast about these hearings, focusing in on fair use, DRM/TPM and anti-circumvention.
IPTelligentsia Podcast: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer (Part 2/2) (24:14, 22MB MP3).
Related:
Freedom to Tinker: Bernard Lang Reports on the Proposed French DRM Law
Open Media Commons
Eliot Van Buskirk, Wired News: Reasons to Love Open Source DRM
Timothy B. Lee, Cato Institute: Circumventing Competition: The Perverse Consequences of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
David Pogue, NY Times: review of Slingbox
Consumer Electronics Assoc: CEA Praises Digital Technology Hearing; Urges Congress to Resist Content Industry Pleas for Technology Mandates; Increased U.S. Jobs and Employment Thanks to Tech Innovation
Broadcasting & Cable: Alternate TV Takes the Hill
Previously: IPTelligentsia Podcast: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer (Part 1)