When I was a student, I was invited to Harvard Berkman Center because I was taking a course: Intellectual Property in Cyberspace. I was also working with Wendy Seltzer on the DVD Discuss case. The group was very awesome. I worked with Peter Junger, Rick Moen, Rares Marian, and many more!
During lunch, I approached John Gilmore. This was around March 2000. We spoke about free software and we chatted about legal matters. He was very humble and he asked me: So what are you doing now? And I really thought about it. Just going to school, raising 3 babies…
As soon as I heard there was going to be a protest in D.C., I booked the train. I could never look in the mirror, I would always regret not going!
There are some pics on https://dmcasucks.com
Here is a copy of the book: A Decade of the DMCA