September 4, 2007 – The panelists discuss royalty payments for Internet radio stations that play music. Some small webcasters contend they don't make money and thus should not have to pay to play songs.
August 28, 2007 – The panelists discuss whether on-line news stories should be altered or perhaps deleted over time. Search engines crawl the Internet on a regular basis and sometimes archive stories that are inaccurate or have changed in some way as developments progress.
August 21, 2007 – The panelists discuss front page advertisements in newspapers. For many years, no ads were run on the front page and purists claim it's a mistake to allow them. But others say there is nothing wrong with the ads if they help support good journalism.