MLRC/Stanford Digital Media Conference 2011
May 19-20, 2011 | Stanford, CA
Conference Program | Podcast (via iTunes)
The fourth annual conference on emerging legal issues surrounding digital publishing and content distribution.
A joint conference of Media Law Resource Center and Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society.
This intensive two-day event designed for lawyers and Web publishing professionals responsible for sorting out the emerging legal issues surrounding the distribution of content on digital platforms.
- the wireless ecosystem from a distribution, mobile payment and content perspective (with a tutorial)
- the “app” world, looking at its business opportunities, who is taking advantage of them, and how they are changing the content business
- social media and content regulation, including filtering and censorship
- the state of the art on search optimization (with a tutorial)
- the Wikileaks revolution – how has it changed the world, and how will it change the law?
- the Big Ideas of the future, as seen by a futurist and several venture capitalists
with experts from: Apple • August Capital • Booyah • Blumberg Capital • CNET • Draper Fisher Jurvetson • Founders Co-op • FTC • Google • ICT168 Capital LLC • Microsoft • Mozilla • New York Times • Proquest • Rutberg & Co. • San Jose Mercury News • Santa Clara University • Stanford University • Turner Networks • and top law firms