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FFH5
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Re: No Federal trial has ever been streamed live

said by FFH5:

No Federal trial has ever been streamed live and I don't blame the RIAA for not wanting to be the 1st. Let someone else be the guinea pig.

»blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2009/0···l-c.html
U.S. District Judge court Nancy Gertner agreed with the RIAA that the U.S. 1st Circuit Court of Appeals should review her precedent-setting ruling, which would allow the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University to livecast the hearing.
And the conflict of interest is obvious:
The webcast, if allowed to go forward, would be hosted by the Harvard Berkman Center For Internet And Society -- which was founded by Tenenbaum's lawyer, professor Charles Nesson.

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If what is streamed is not altered, there's no bias or conflict of interest. What does it matter who streams it or for what reason? If a conservative and a liberal (just for example) each stream the same broadcast, unaltered, are the streams biased?
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Well, the RIAA is free to use their MPAA cronies to stream the video as well. It doesn't HAVE to be one sided if they don't want to.