Nortel Prepares Private Broadcast of $7.3 Billion Cash Trial – Bankruptcy Beat – WSJ, 22 April 2014

“They need someone to speak for them,” said Harvard Law Professor Charles Nesson, co-founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Prof. Nesson fought unsuccessfully to Webcast a federal court trial where record companies were pursuing people accused of infringing copyrights by downloading music. A federal appeals court in Boston banned the webcast in the music copyright case, but Judge Kermit V. Lipez noted that technology offers “an unprecedented opportunity to increase public access to the judicial system in appropriate circumstances.”

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