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Copyright Office to Give Updates at January Conference

The U.S. Copyright Office has been involved in two important initiatives related to copyright and technology — and they’re going to talk about them at our next conference in NYC on January 16. Last month the USCO completed its latest rulemaking on exemptions to the law prohibiting circumvention of technical protection measures — e.g., hacks […]

Copyright and Technology 2019: Agenda Published, Registration Available

The agenda for Copyright and Technology 2019 is now published, and registration is live. Thanks once again to the Copyright Society of the USA and Jaybird Communications for extending their partnership to what will be our tenth annual conference. We have added a very exciting session to the morning lineup: a presentation on the Open […]

Copyright and Technology 2019: Keynote Speaker; Speaking Proposals Open

We have a keynote speaker and a list of session topics for Copyright and Technology 2019, our tenth annual conference, which will take place on Wednesday, January 16 at Fordham Law School in NYC, co-produced with the good folks at the Copyright Society of the USA and sponsored by the Fordham IP Institute. I am thrilled […]

Announcing the Copyright and Technology 2019 Conference

How time flies: our next Copyright and Technology Conference will be our tenth. I’m pleased to announce that the date and venue have been set for Copyright and Technology 2019. The date is Wednesday, January 16, 2019, and we will be back at Fordham’s beautiful new Law School building near Lincoln Center in West Midtown […]

Announcing Publishing Technology Partners

I’m thrilled to announce the formation of Publishing Technology Partners, a new partnership related to my consulting activities in book publishing. We’re launching today at the Book Industry Study Group’s annual meeting in NYC, though we have already gotten press coverage. Publishing Technology Partners consists of myself and four guys whom I have known for […]

March 20 Panel on Music Copyright Reform

I’ll be speaking on a panel on music copyright reform on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, March 20, from noon-2pm, hosted by the Technology Policy Institute. The primary topic of conversation will be the Music Modernization Act (MMA), the bill that would establish a blanket mechanical license on musical compositions for streaming music services […]

Presentation Given at USPTO Conference

Here are the slides I presented for my keynote speech at the US Patent and Trademark Office’s conference on Developing the Digital Marketplace for Copyrighted Works, January 25, 2018: Video of my talk and the rest of the conference is also available here.