“Cory Doctrow is something of a technology renaissance man. He’s an advocate for the EFF, providing outreach in Europe as well as working on policies aimed at ensuring freedoms in the digital future. He’s a Nebula award nominee for the outstanding science fiction novel, Down and Out in The Magic Kingdom. Cory contributes regularly to Popular Science and Wired. In his spare time he’s a prolific poster to Boing Boing. We caught up with Cory at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference, where he talked about his infamous DRM speech at Microsoft, writing science fiction, living in London, Boing Boing, copyright laws and a stream-of-consciousness on other topics.”
Thx Chris. Roxor interview.