Tomorrow, at Vanderbilt Law School, I'll join a panel discussion on The Future of Copyright, part of the Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law's symposium, User-Generated Confusion: The Legal and Business Implications of Web 2.0. My presentation: User-Generated Content, Copyright Policy, and Blockheaded Authors. Rest assured that, though I deploy such phrases as "seizing the means of reproduction" and "the specter of copyism," that says more about my love of wordplay than it does anything about Marxism. You can download the PowerPoint file here.
[Crossposted to Intellectual Privilege and The Technology Liberation Front.]