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Legal Frontiers in Digital Media
Media Law Resource Center, and the Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School
This event will explore a variety of topics related to digital media and publishing, including the logistics of social media; anonymity and social responsibility; recent developments in U.S. copyright law; and international regulations on defamation, copyright and privacy. It will also explore business topics including venture capital issues and digital media business models.
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