Annemarie Bridy is Copyright Counsel at Google. She is also an Affiliated Fellow at the Yale Information Society Project. Prior to joining Google, Dr. Bridy was the Allan G. Shepard Professor of Law at the University of Idaho, where she taught a range of courses in intellectual property and information law. She has testified before Congress on the safe harbor provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and is widely published on topics relating to Internet governance, platform liability and responsibility for third-party speech, and online anti-piracy enforcement. Read more about Annemarie Bridy
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