Harvard Prof Wants to Broadcast RIAA Case on Internet

Today, Professor Charles Nesson and his team of Harvard Law students filed a motion to broadcast courtroom coverage of the trial on the Internet, which is traditionally prohibited. More specifically, Nesson and his students are hoping to allow audio-visual coverage of the motion and trial proceedings. Nesson is defending Joel Tenenbaum, who has been sued … Continue reading Harvard Prof Wants to Broadcast RIAA Case on Internet

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