Pirates, Thieves and Innocents
Perceptions of Copyright Infringement in the Digital Age
The two-day symposium focused on issues relevant to the higher education community and the delivery of copyrighted content across campus networks. In addition to the keynote speaker and a lecture delivered by attorney Kenneth Salomon, five panels discussed how copyright interfaces with culture, law, and education. We have presented below a few highlights in Real Media audio and video. Please see the previous programming Web page for a complete listing of the panelists and presenters for the 2005 symposium.
The conference binder, containing selected presentations and relevant articles, from this symposium is available for $40. Please fax the completed order form to 240-582-2961. For further information, contact Jack Boeve at 240-582-296 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are selected audio highlights of the presentation and panel discussions.
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The Impact of Copyright Law & Policy on Academic Culture 1
Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information
Moderator: Lee Strickland, Visiting Professor, University of Maryland College of of Information Studies
Panelists: Jonathan Band, Attorney, Jonathan Band PLLC; Jon Baumgarten, Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP; Robert Brauneis, Professor, George Washington University School of Law
Peer-to-Peer File Sharing: Pirates or Revolutionaries? (Archive unavailable)
Moderator: Robert Brauneis, Professor, George Washington University School of Law
Panelists: Matthew Gline, Student, Harvard College; Matt Jackson, Professor, Pennsylvania State University; Patrick Ross, Vice President of Communications and External Affairs, Progress and Freedom Foundation; Linda Zirkelbach, Associate Counsel, Legal Affairs, Recording Industry Association of America
Moderator: Duane Webster, Executive Director, Association of Research Libraries
Panelists: Alec French, NBC Universal; David Green, Knowledge Culture LLC; Lesley Ellen Harris, Copyrightlaws.com; Siva Vaidhyanathan, New York University
Copyright Infringement in the Digital Age: What Universities Need to Know
Kenneth Salomon, Member, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC
Moderator: Kimberly Bonner, Director, Center for Intellectual Property Panelists: Carrie Russell, Copyright Specialist, American Library Association; Gigi Sohn, President/Co-Founder, Public Knowldege; Steve Worona, Director of Policy and Networking Programs, Educause
Moderator: Kimberly Kelley, Associate Provost, UMUC, and Executive Director, Center for Intellectual Property
Panelists: Amy Ginther, OIT Policy Coordinator, University of Maryland; Samuel Haldeman, Department of Information Technology, Pennsylvania State University; Mark Luker, Vice President, Educause