The flawed copyright system has an impact on creative economy. Copyright’s influence on digital opportunities in the UK’s creative economy provided impetus for broad scale initiatives for improvement. Audience expectations have changed dramatically. #mediaxfocpod
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This lecture was prepared for the course CopyrightX, which was offered by William Fisher under the auspices of Harvard Law School and HarvardX during Spring 2014. For more information on CopyrightX, please see http://copyx.org
On January 16, 2014, Stanford’s Program in Law, Science & Technology along with CodeX: The Stanford Center on Legal Informatics hosted a discussion with UC Berkeley Professor Brian Carver to discuss the Free Law Project, which provides free public access to primary legal materials, develops legal research tools, and supports academic research on legal corpora.
On January 28, 2014, Stanford’s Program in Law, Science & Technology hosted the discussion, “Congratulations, you have an app – now what? App Development and Marketing from A-Z.” The discussion featured a panel of high level, experienced practitioner who provide tips, checklists and a road map for addressing legal considerations relating to mobile apps, including best practices for mobile TOU and Privacy Policies, platform considerations and much more.
Panelists included Ian Ballon, Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, Lothar Determann, Partner at Baker & McKenzie, Tristan Ostrowski, Product Counsel, Android at Google Inc., Geoff Griffith, Senior Counsel at Google Inc, Thomas “TJ” Angioletti, Associate General Counsel, Technology & Transactions at Netflix, Daniel Brennan, Director, Legal at Twitter, Inc. and Luis Villa, Deputy General Counsel at Wikimedia Foundation.
On April 21, 2011, YouTube invited the public to ask Stanford Law School’s CIS Fair Use experts questions regarding fair use. Anthony Falzone, Executive Director of the Fair Use Project, and Julie Ahrens, Associate Director of the Fair Use Project, answer a selection of questions.
James Boyle, author of ‘Public Domain’, on why the public domain is so vital to art and society as a whole. What state is it in today, and what does the future hold? James Boyle is the William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law and co-founder of the Center for the Study of the Public Domain at Duke Law School.