Thursday, October 25, 2007

Copyright as Intellectual Property Privilege Webcast and PowerPoint

Tomorrow I'm slated to present my draft paper, Copyright as Intellectual Property Privilege, at Creators vs. Consumers: The Rhetoric, Reality, and Reformation of Intellectual Property Law and Policy, a symposium hosted by the Syracuse Law Review and The Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics, and the Media at Syracuse University. The folks running the show say that they'll make a webcast available here. I'm up at 1:45 p.m. Eastern, if that sort of thing interests you. Prefer something a little less multimedia? Here, you can check out the PowerPoint I'll present.

[Crossposted to Intellectual Privilege and The Technology Liberation Front.]


Todd said...

If you are going to be in Syracuse you need to go to the Dinosaur BBQ. It's pretty much the only good thing about Syracuse aside from the University.

The only downside is, once you eat there, all other BBQ will pale in comparison.

dgm said...

It doesn't look like the webcast option is available, and you're up in 15 minutes. Looks like you'll have to give your presentation when you get home.

BeGreener said...

you spelled "privilege" wrong in your ppt link.