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IP BYTES: Hot Topics in Copyright Law

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Julie Ahrens talk on "Google Books and the Evolution of Fair Use" begins at 1:35.

Speakers:

Julie Ahrens
Stanford Fair Use Project

Scott Andrews
eBay Inc.

Jocelyn Belloni
K&L Gates LLP

Jonathan Blavin
Munger Tolles & Olsen LLP

Caleb Donaldson
Google, Inc.

Frank Goldberg
Zynga Inc.

Deepak Gupta
Farella Braun + Martel LLP

Sebastian Kaplan
Fenwick & West LLP

Shannon King
Chevron Corporation

Chris Lockard
The Clorox Company

Topics that will be covered:

• Julie Ahrens, ”Google Books and the Evolution of Fair Use”
• Scott Andrews, “The Future of Digital Goods’ Resale: ReDigi, UsedSoft and the First Sale Doctrine”
• Jocelyn Belloni, “Should Copyright Law’s Transformative Use Test Apply to Right of Publicity Cases?”
• Jonathan Blavin, “Does Technical Architecture Matter? Cablevision, Aereo, and the Public Performance Right in the Cloud”
• Caleb Donaldson, “Takedown or Shakedown: Misrepresentations under DMCA Section 512(f)”
• Frank Goldberg, “Copyright Trends in the Video Game Space”
• Deepak Gupta, “Seeking Any Port in a Storm: The DMCA Safe Harbor”
• Sebastian Kaplan, “Can Copyright Control User-Directed Copying Technologies Like Hopper and Aereo?”
• Shannon King, “Pragmatic International Copyright Practices for Global Companies”
• Chris Lockard, “Poses, Bats and Copycats: Recent Decisions on What is Copyrightable

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