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The Future of Content & Control
May 12, 2008
2161 North First Street
San Jose, California 95131
10:00 AM Welcoming Remarks – Tod Cohen, VP and Deputy General Counsel for Government Relations, eBay
10:05 AM Welcoming Remarks – Albert Kramer, Chair, MAP Board of Directors
10:15 AM Panel 1: The Changing Nature of “Content” — The Challenge of Making Policy for Dynamic Technologies
This discussion will focus on how decisions that the government makes about who controls distribution, content and ownership will be critical in determining the course of innovation in the United States.
- Patrick Ross, Executive Director, Copyright Alliance
- Mike Godwin, General Counsel, Wikipedia
- Jule L. Sigal, Senior Policy Counsel/Copyright & Trademark, Microsoft
- Andrew Jay Schwartzman, President, Media Access Project (Moderator)
11:45 AM Lunch
12:45 PM Panel 2: Whose Pipe is it - The End of “End to End?”
This panel will examine the concept of the Internet as a “closed pipe” and whether that concept is challenged by new technologies and network management demands.
- Mark Lemley, Professor, Stanford Law School
- Jason Devitt, Co-Founder and CEO, Skydeck
- Jeff Brueggeman, Vice President, Regulatory Planning & Policy, AT&T
- Blake Krikorian, Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO, Slingbox
- Harold Feld, V.P., Media Access Project, (Moderator)
RSVP by Tuesday May 6 with Brooke Rae-Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.454.5686.
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