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McQuivey On Innovations That Work

From disruptive innovation to legislative evolution, the copyright conversation is getting plenty of attention.  On Wednesday, April 2, at the New York Academy of Sciences, journalists, filmmakers, and musicians join media moguls and intellectual property attorneys at OnCopyright 2014 to share ideas on the question that’s on everyone’s mind – what’s next? For the show’s opening panel, Innovations That Work, […]

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Robert Levine To Host OnCopyright 2014

From disruptive innovation to legislative evolution, the copyright conversation is getting plenty of attention. On Wednesday, April 2nd at the New York Academy of Sciences, journalists, filmmakers and musicians join media moguls and intellectual property attorneys to share ideas on the question that’s on everyone’s mind – what’s next? Presented by Copyright Clearance Center, OnCopyright 2014 is a one-day […]

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OnCopyright 2012 Interviews

Interviews from CCC’s OnCopyright 2012

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BTB #291: Not Sharing, Not Stealing – Infringement

At the recent OnCopyright 2012 conference, Robert Levine explained for the audience in a keynote speech how the commonly used language of copyright shapes the debate and makes for confusion on the fundamentals “I don’t think copyright infringement is stealing,” he told the Columbia Law School audience. “The idea that this is stealing, I think, […]

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BTB #286: Howkins Keynotes OnCopyright 2012

“New ideas, not money or machinery, are the source of success today,” notes author and business consultant John Howkins. In the book, The Creative Economy: How People Make Money from Ideas, and his subsequent work, Howkins has called attention to the economic value of “creative people, creative industries and creative cities” in an era when […]

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BTB #284: Besek Previews OnCopyright 2012

Join Copyright Clearance Center at Columbia Law School’s Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts on Friday, March 30, as we focus on the health and future of the global, creative economy, at a time of changing technology, economic uncertainty, and a mixed prognosis for artists, authors, publishers, musicians, filmmakers and other creators. “I […]

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BTB #282: Henican OnCopyright 2012

If you’re a lawyer, you call it, “I-P.” If you work in Hollywood, or at a big Manhattan publishing house, you call it, “entertainment” or “information.” And if you’re an avid reader, a loyal theatre-goer, or a music fan, you call it a very important part of your life. And we are all talking about […]

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OnCopyright 2010

A video produced for OnCopyright 2010.

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BTB #164: Copyright Reform Not a ‘Red’ or ‘Blue’ Dilemma – Wasoff

At a moment in American political life when so much about Washington seems dysfunctional, the prospects for copyright reform of any hue – red, blue, or some shade between – appear far off. Yet according to Lois Wasoff, a leading copyright and publishing attorney, “What’s fascinating about copyright is that it doesn’t break down along […]

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BTB #163: Copyright Law No Day At the Beach in 2010

As an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Fred von Lohmann watches new technology and copyright law and move in separate but related waves. This is true today with digital media, as he sees it, but was also true in the past, when broadcast radio and later, VCRs, challenged existing business models for the news […]

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