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Lunchtime listen: Kahle interviewed re Microsoft scanning and FBI national security letters

Here’s a special weekend edition of lunchtime listens! A couple of weeks ago, Brewster Kahle and the Internet Archive made news by challenging the FBI’s illegal national security letter against the archive. The archive was also in the news because of Microsoft’s decision to discontinue their live book search and the funding of the archive’s Open Content Alliance book scanning project.

Now you can hear exactly what happened direct from Brewster himself. Listen to his interview a few days ago on This Week in Tech (TWIT). Happy listening!

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