I'm listening to William Paltry, Google's Senior Copyright Counsel, and frankly I'm surprised. Hearing a lawyer speak against more laws is like hearing Bill Gates speak nice about Apple. Pardon me a moment; I want to see if hell froze over.
He's presenting a cogent argument on how some are trying to use laws to solve business problems, and he contends that laws can only fix legal problems. He was told by someone at NBC that piracy was the most serious problem the network faced; he disagreed and pointed out that overpaying for the Olympics, poor scheduling, and other bad business decisions were greater threats.
I'm recording this address, and if the quality is decent I'll post it later.