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“Copyright in the Digital Age” is the 16th annual Stanford Technology Law Review symposium (STLR). STLR is an innovative forum for intellectual discourse on critical issues at the intersection of law, science, technology, and public policy. This year, its annual symposium will focus on digital copyright challenges with three 1.5-hour panels. After the conclusion of the Symposium, at least one panelist from each of the sessions will write an article on the subject of that discussion that we will publish online in the Stanford Technology Law Review.
This year’s symposium will feature the following three panels: a panel on sampling, mixes, and mashups; a panel discussion on the moral rights of digital copyright (and what the US has done to approximate it); and a panel on social media and digital copyright.
CLE Credit: The Stanford Technology Law Review certifies that an application is pending for approval of this activity for 4.5 hours of CLE credit by the State Bar of California.
The Symposium is free of charge and open to all registrants.
Registration is now open.