Freetard prof faces fine, jailGo read the whole thing.
And the trial hasn't even begun
Harvard professor Charlie Nesson's loony-tunes defence tactics in a file-sharing case against the US record industry may land him in the clink.
The 69-year old co-founder of the New Age think-tank the Berkman Center, is defending former student Joel T[e]nenbaum in a copyright infringement case, using Harvard undergrads to do the grunt work. However the Judge has already lost patience with Nesson's eccentric pre-trial tactics - which include taping and publishing conversations without the participants' permission, and re-posting the files T[e]nenbaum shared to the web. It's driven Federal Judge Nancy Gertner nuts, and she's lost patience.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
If I could write funny and British...
This is what I'd say. From Andrew Orlowski in The Register: