Intellectual Property Colloquium Podcast

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Professor Doug Lichtman (UCLA Law School) has launched a new podcast called the “Intellectual Property Colloquium.” The podcasts consist of discussions between Doug the guests, and they last about an hour. Lawyers who listen to them can obtain CLE credit.

The first podcast was with guest Fred Von Lohmann of the Electronic Frontier Foundation on copyright law. Upcoming shows include Stacy Byrnes (NBC Universal) and Professor Tim Wu (Columbia Law School) on DMCA notice-and-takedown, Ed Felten (Princeton University) and Dean Marks (Warner Brothers) on DRM, and me on privacy and social networks. My podcast will be recorded soon and will be posted sometime around the end of November.

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  1. Bruce Boyden says:

    Fascinating stuff. For those academic-types who may not know them, Byrnes and Marks are big players in setting policy at their respective studios with respect to copyright enforcement efforts, in particular those involving content protection technologies. They both have years of experience in this area and a command of the policy, legal, and technical details. These should be really good conversations.