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Legal Frontiers in Digital Media 2009

A conference on emerging legal issues surrounding digital publishing and content distribution
Stanford University
May 14-15, 2009

May 14-15, 2009

A joint conference of:

  • Media Law Resource Center
  • Stanford Publishing Courses
  • Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society

This intensive two-day event is designed for lawyers and Web publishing professionals responsible for sorting out the emerging legal issues surrounding the distribution of content on digital platforms.

The conference explores...

  • publishers' liability for user-generated content
  • digital media policy changes coming from the new Administration
  • legal issues surrounding online advertising and behavioral targeting
  • the developing law affecting virtual worlds and online games
  • emerging issues in mobile content distribution
  • evolving fair use policies in a digital age
...with legal experts from companies including...

• Disney • Google • Microsoft • Yahoo! • News Corp./Fox • Associated Press • Verizon • Time Warner Cable • Internet Archive • Gannett • Cox • Qualcomm • Santa Clara Law School's High Technology Law Institute • Stanford's Center for Internet & Society • key law firms across the country

Click here for more information and to register.

For questions or concerns, please call Stanford Program Coordinator Melissa Vallejo at 650-725-4301.

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