[Videolib] Fwd: Copyright Symposium

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Tue, 05 Apr 2005 13:39:08 -0700

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>From: Jack Boeve <jboeve@UMUC.EDU>
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>The Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland
>University College is interested in advertising this nonprofit, educational
>symposium for interested educators, administrators, attorneys and
>librarians. We would greatly appreciate your posting the message below to
>your listserv or promoting this opportunity within your networks. Thank you.
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>[Please excuse the inevitable duplication of this notice.]
>
>ANNOUNCEMENT AND INVITATION
>
>Pirates, Thieves and Innocents:
>Perceptions of Copyright Infringement in the Digital Age
>http://www.umuc.edu/cip/symposium
>
>June 16-17, 2005
>
>HOSTED by the Center for Intellectual Property and being held at the UMUC
>Inn and Conference Center in Adelphi, MD
>
>THEME: The 2005 CIP Symposium will explore the various ways in which
>individuals and organizations think and talk about copyright infringement in
>our digital age and what actions they take based upon those perceptions. The
>symposium will focus on issues relevant to the higher education community
>and the delivery of third-party copyrighted content. Facilitating our
>exploration, discussion, and reflection will be representatives from the
>academy, library, law, corporation, nonprofit organization, technology
>sector, and Capitol Hill.
>
>TOPICS to be addressed by speakers and panelists will include:
>-The Impact of Copyright Law and Policy on Academic Culture
>-Regulatory Copyright: How Will Universities be Affected?
>-P2P File Sharing: Pirates or Revolutionaries?
>-Culture and Copyright: A Creative Clash?
>-Copyright Infringement in the Digital Age: What Universities Need to Know
>-The Copyright Legislative Landscape
>-Responses to Copyright Infringement at University Campuses: Best Practices
>
>PARTICIPANTS will include: Clifford Lynch (Coalition for Networked
>Information); Jonathan Band (Morrison & Foerster LLP); Robert Brauneis
>(George Washington University Law School); Jon Baumgarten (Proskauer Rose
>LLP); Mark Luker (Educause); Patrick Ross (Progress & Freedom Foundation);
>Gigi Sohn (Public Knowledge); Siva Vaidhyanathan (New York University); Alec
>French (Office of Congressman Howard L. Berman).
>
>REGISTER early since space is limited. Early registration (before May 16,
>2005) is $275. Regular registration is $350. Please visit the website for
>details and to receive a $50 registration discount as a member of ACRL.
>
>MORE INFORMATION/REGISTRATION available at
>http://www.umuc.edu/cip/symposium.
>
>Jack Boeve
>University of Maryland University College
>Center for Intellectual Property
>240-582-2736
>jboeve@umuc.edu

Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC

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