The Open Rights Group held a conference a couple weeks ago in London. I just now learned that they posted 6 videos of the sessions on Vimeo. If you follow digital content, the ACTA, and related issues then this is a group worth watching.
Here is the video summary for this session:
Peter Mandelson and Parliament think that the "digital economy" is one in which computers become radically -- and permanently -- worse at making copies. This is a fantasy -- a dangerous delusion. What does a real life "digital economy" artist do for a living?
Cory Doctorow, David Rowntree (ORG Advisory Council), Jeff Lynn (Coadec), John Buckman (Magnatune), Obhi Chatterjee (Shyama)