Legal Frontiers in Digital Media
May 15 and 16, 2008
@ Stanford University, Stanford, California
Over 120 participants convened at Stanford University this month for a conference organized by MLRC, Stanford Publishing Courses and Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet & Society. The two-day event, held on May 15-16, 2008 explored emerging legal issues surrounding digital content in today’s multi-platform world.
Conference sessions explored:
- liability of site owners for third-party content
- digital content licensing, copyright and fair use
- behavioral targeting, geo-targeting and related privacy issues
- legal issues surrounding online advertising and keyword buying
- ethics of geo-filtering, data-scraping and user-profiling
- emerging issues in mobile content distribution
The conference was presented with the additional support of MLRC members Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, Dow Lohnes PLLC, Hiscox and Microsoft.
View the conference announcement, curriculum and schedule (all PDFs).
If you missed the conference (or want to listen to a panel again!), an audio recording of all of the panels are available on iTunes U for free. We've linked them below, or just search for "Legal Frontiers in Digital Media":