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Copyright Permissions and Online Use 2021

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About

Rights management on the Internet (and avoiding liability for online activity) is a hot topic which sprouts new conversations every week about everything from the implications of posting content on social media platforms to copyrights in NFTs.   Our panel will overview the basic principles of copyright law, apply them to online activity, and undertake an in-depth analysis of copyright issues specific to that online activity, including DMCA protections, terms of use of popular social media platforms, CDN distribution and caching, embedding and the “server test,” sharing memes and other content, creating and buying NFTs, and online-specific fair use arguments. The panel will also cover copyright considerations when using visual arts in online branding and marketing.

All attendees will receive the course book as a digital download. A printed copy of the course book is available, at a discount to attendees, for $40. Additional copies are available at full price. If you wish to purchase the printed version of the course book, please call PBI Customer Service at 800-932-4637. Printed versions of the course book will not be distributed at the course; please allow up to two weeks after the program for the printed versions of the course book to be shipped.

Recorded in September 2021.

Practice Areas

Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Alyssa M. Bruno Esq. Bruno Law
Stephen M. Doniger Esq. Doniger / Burroughs (LA)
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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