We have enlisted an impressive roster of speakers for the Copyright and Technology 2011 conference, which will take place in just three weeks (November 30) here in NYC. In the past few weeks, we have added executives from Universal Pictures, Fox, Verimatrix, NDS, and Getty Images, as well as several notable legal experts.
I will be moderating a panel on content security in multi-platform distribution. I’m also particularly excited about our legal panel on Digital First Sale, which will pit Paul Sweazey of the IEEE P1817 Digital Personal Property standards initiative against two legal eagles in a discussion of what it means to “own” digital content. We’ll also hear from a group of panelists who will debate the (harsh?) reality of implementing DRM. And I expect sparks to fly during our panel on the Google Book Settlement, where we will have panelists representing all sides of this ongoing saga.
We’re also doing some marketing testing, so I’m offering a limited-time discount on registration for those of you reading this. Go to the registration page and enter discount code 100GBRJYH to register for $100 (normally $399).