Legal legend Charles Nesson – the founder of the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet and Society – and lawyer for Joel Tenenbaum speaks about the RIAA pursuit of 675,000 dollars in damages for downloading 30 songs and the Supreme Courts refusal to intervene.
Plus, we hear from Raven Brooks, the executive director of Netroots Foundation and the upcoming Netroots Nation event coming to Providence, Rhode Island.
Josh Levy from Free Press talks about CISPA and Stop Cyber Spying Week. Rebecca Wilkins from Citizens for Tax Justice joins Bennet to discuss Corporate Tax Dodgers – including none other than Apple Computers.
Plus, Today in history – which includes the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 and the worlds longest baseball game played in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Cyber Election Fraud in Rhode Island, Former US Representative Douglas Gablinske explains what happened. plus Amazon Sales Tax Dispute in Connecticut and the Massachusetts Net Neutrality Retreat.