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The reason I was invited to this conference is because I've assisted CBI in the copyright proceeding now before the Copyright Royalty Board in which the webcasting royalty "rates and terms" are being decided. Read more about Webcastng, SoundExchange, and more
It's still raining in St. Louis, but I'm told the weather should clear before tonight's World Series game. So, last night, I got fairly close to the action, as I headed to dinner with some fun people involved in college media and broadcasting...
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By way of the Legal Blog Watch, I came across this list today that contains a running citation list of court opinions that have cited to blogs. Thank you Ian Best for keeping this updated. As the post describes, from April 2006, when Ian first started the list, there has been an addition of 9 cases in which courts have cited to blogs. Read more about court opinions citing blogs
So I've just arrived in St. Louis, Mo., where I'm attending and speaking at the National College Media Convenion at the invitation of College Broadcaster's Inc.. I'm speaking tomorrow on a panel about webcasting legal issues as well as giving a presentation and answering questions about legal issues for podcasters. Read more about St. Louis - convergence of college media & MLB
Cory Doctorow has an interesting post on Boing Boing about new merit patches for boy scouts relating to copyright. The patches bear the logos for the RIAA and the MPAA, which makes us all naturally suspicious about whether scouts who earn the patch would learn about fair use, the first sale doctrine, the public domain, and other "first amendment safeguards" when earning the patch. Read more about boy scouts, hollywood, and copyright, oh my
I heard so much about the success of PodcampBoston when I was at the Podcast Expo, that I'm psyched to be able to attend Podcamp West next month on Nov. 18-19. The wiki is running, and promotion and sponsors are needed... Here's how the podcampers describe this unconference:
What is PodCamp-West?
I attended the CIS lunch speaker series yesterday where CIS Fellow David Levine gave an overview of his article about trade secrecy law and how it should be altered (or abolished) in the context of public-private partnerships. Read more about Trade secrets and public-private partnerships
It's no secret that I'm a big believer in the Creative Commons. They just launched their second annual fund raising campaign.
Click on this button, and lend them your own support... Read more about support the commons