Kinsella on Bill Handel Show Discussing Blackmail, Tiger Woods, David Letterman

by Stephan Kinsella on December 14, 2009

in AgainstMonopoly.org Blog Posts,Intellectual Property,Mises Blog Posts

I was a guest on the Bill Handel Show today discussing the libertarian perspective on blackmail, with reference to the Tiger Woods and other cases. (See my post Blackmail should be legal: the case of David Letterman.) We also touched on common law versus legislation (see my Legislation and Law in a Free Society), intellectual property, reputation rights and defamation law, prostitution, and extortion. Handel, though apparently not a libertarian, was a very smart and fair host. [For files, see the Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 32]. It it will be up later on the Bill Handel Show podcast.

Someone put up YouTube versions:

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