On April 17th ASMP is hosting a panel discussion titled “Copyright in a Hyper Digital Age: Copyrights? Copyleft? What rights are left?” This event should be noteworthy for several reason but most notably because of the meetings tone (see below).
This wonâ€™t be your fatherâ€™s Copyright event.
This isnâ€™t a â€œHow to fill out the Federal Formsâ€, or â€œLetâ€™s complain about Evil Clientsâ€ event.
This will be frank interchange between cutting edge legal minds, prominent creative industry players, and persuasive advocates.
This will be vivid insight and uncensored opinion with audience participation about artistsâ€™ rights in the digital age.
Panelists will include:
Mike Linksvayer – Vice President Creative Commons
Vic Perlman – General Counsel ASMP
M.J. Bogatin – Board President of California Lawyers for the Arts
Henry W. Jones, III (Hank) – Former General Counsel and VP of intellectual property of several Silicon Valley tech companies and consultant on Open Source and Intellectual Property rights
Gerald Bybee – Long time professional photographer. Consultant and expert witness on legal cases involving copyright in photography
Panel moderated by Jeff Pfluege
Location: Academy of Art Auditorium & Gallery. 79 New Montgomery, San Francisco
Date and Time: Thursday, April 17th, 7pm
Social hour begins at 6pm
Admission information can be found on the following event page.
Copyright in a Hyper Digital Age
See you there!
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