Protecting IP While Preserving Online Innovation

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Protecting IP While Preserving Online Innovation

The Competitive Enterprise Institute hosted a Hill briefing on legislation aimed at combating websites dedicated to unlawful copyright and trademark infringement. Panelists discussed how lawmakers can craft balanced legislation to ensure that America’s creative and expressive industries continue to thrive while preserving a public policy environment that fosters Internet innovation and entrepreneurship.

Panelists:

Larry Downes
Senior Adjunct Fellow, TechFreedom
Author, The Laws of Disruption

Paul Geller
Executive Vice President of Strategic Development
Grooveshark

Timothy B. Lee
Adjunct Scholar
Cato Institute

Andrew McDiarmid
Policy Analyst
Center for Democracy & Technology

Moderator:

Ryan Radia
Associate Director of Technology Studies
Competitive Enterprise Institute

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