Rip-Off or Fair Use?
With Nancy Wolff, David Graham and Sarah Stolfa
Co-sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
and the Copyright Society of the USA Philadelphia Chapter
Jessica Rosenworcel was nominated in 2012 by President Obama as one of the five Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission, the primary U.S. government authority for the communications, media, and information industries. In this “fireside chat” moderated by Wharton professor Kevin Werbach, she will discuss important initiatives shaping technology and entrepreneurial opportunities, such wireless innovation, open Internet protections, and education technology.
The Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition (CTIC) is pleased to host Woodrow Hartzog, Associate Professor at Cumberland School of Law, Samford University and an Affiliate Scholar at The Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School, who will be discussing his paper “The Public Information Fallacy.”
This talk is part of CTIC’s ongoing Workshop Series, which seeks to promote dialogue among law faculty interested in law and technology, including such varied topics as intellectual property, privacy, and telecommunication regulation. The workshop series also draws faculty from across the university as well as members of the Philadelphia-area Cyberlunch group, which consists of professors from other area schools and local practitioners interested in law and technology. The discussions have always been lively and enlightening.
Penn Law students are welcome to attend – RSVP below.
The Mid-Atlantic chapter of the Federal Communications Bar Association, the Wharton School of Business, and the Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition at Penn Law are jointly sponsoring a happy hour Wednesday, February 25, from 6-8 PM at Doc Magrogan’s (3432 Sansom Street). If you have an interest in telecommunications or Internet law and policy, we encourage you to attend.