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Jeremy Kauffmann discusses the SEC’s lawsuit against him running Odysee, which is a “free-speech” video platform popular with those who had videos taken down by YouTube. He discusses the litigation with Alison Morrow.
SEC claims that cryptocurrency is a “security” and is regulated this way. He says his company also distribute some other materials that the government thinks is questionable (like instructions for 3-D printing weapons).
SEC also offered him a settlement but is not willing to tell him how to comply with the “rules”. A trial will force this out in the opening.
The site uses blockchain technology, but the litigation will not affect users of the site.