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Tuesday, 25th September 2007

Listen Live to Google/DoubleClick Hearing on Thursday

The hearing will take place Thursday beginning at 2:30pm EDST.
UPDATE: 4:20 PM EDST. The hearing has concluded.

You'll be able to listen live by visiting CapitolHearings.org and scrolling to the Thursday entries.

This URL: rtsp://video.c-span.org/encoder/dirksen226.rm should also work once the hearings begin.

Video will be available here.

You can also monitor the C-SPAN program schedule to learn if the hearing will be broadcast/webcast either live or tape delayed.

UPDATE: The hearing is NOT available live as of 2:15pm on C-SPAN 1, 2, or 3. It is also not on C-SPAN radio. Check back to see if it will be available later today or tomorrow.

This page from the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary will likely have links to live/recorded feeds as well as links to the prepared statements from those scheduled to testify.

Those scheduled to testify are:

+ David Drummond
Senior Vice President, Corporate
Development and Chief Legal Officer
Mountain View, CA
Mr. Drummond's Prepared Statement (6 pages; PDF via Google)

+ Brad Smith
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Redmond, WA
Mr. Mr. Smith's Prepared Statement (via Microsoft)

+ Dr. Thomas Lenard
Senior Fellow
The Progress and Freedom Foundation
Washington, DC
Dr. Lenard's Prepared Testimony

+ Scott Cleland
Precursor LLC
McLean, VA
Mr. Cleland's Prepared Testimony (includes Charts, 64 pages; PDF)

+ Marc Rotenberg
Executive Director
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Washington, DC
Mr. Rotenberg's Prepared Statement (8 pages; PDF)

Senator Prepared Statements
Prepared Statement by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT)


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