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Today, the OYEZ Project announced the first-stage, 100-hour release of MP3s from their 2000+ hours of Supreme Court recordings using Creative Commons’ licenses.
The release also marks the debut of our new metadata tagging and verification strategy, which explains how to attach and verify license information to MP3s (and soon, other files) for distribution on the Net.
Read the Featured Commoner interview of OYEZ director and founder Jerry Goldman, by Creative Commons’ Laura Lynch.
Check out some Supreme Court audio, such as the recent Affirmative Action case.
Read the press release.Posted 25 June 2003