I am happy to report that in the next two weeks, Doctorow will twice be delivering a sequel to the talk in the next two weeks, and they should both be going online. (I hope they do -- it would be weird for a Cory Doctorow talk to be kept under wraps...)
I want to take this opportunity to recommend again the talk I've embedded above, especially if you're not all that familiar with the issue of copyright, or you don't think you do anything illegal online, and think the people who do are some anonymous other that you don't have to worry about.
You do have to worry about it, but the bad guys aren't those anonymous others. They're the corporations and governments trying to impose legislation to restrict your use of the computers you own, and for reasons Doctorow makes clear, that's a very bad thing.
As a member of the Walkman generation, I have made peace with the fact that I will require a hearing aid long before I die, and of course, it won't be a hearing aid, it will be a computer I put in my body. So when I get into a car -- a computer I put my body into -- with my hearing aid -- a computer I put inside my body -- I want to know that these technologies are not designed to keep secrets from me, and to prevent me from terminating processes on them that work against my interests.
-- Cory Doctorow, The Coming War on General Computation