Noah talks with Jonathan Zittrain, asst. prof. of law and is co-dir. of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, at Harvard School of Law. They talk about the efforts of the French legal system to deal with internet access from France to an online auction of Nazi memorabilia by Yahoo. France has a law against the buying and selling of Nazi items. Mr. Zittrain talks about the legal precedents for the law, and the technical difficulty to enacting it.
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