- — (@copyrightandtec)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:24:11#oncopyright June Besek: if a collective licensor gets enough members, then by law they get "everyone else." Intriguing idea.
- — (@erinmckeown)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:24:11Michelle Woods: registry is great, but can U get itunes,ascap,other proprietary databases etc to give up their gold? good luck! #oncopyright
- — (@PublishersWkly)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:24:11At #oncopyright, Copyright office's Michele Woods suggests "copyright formalities" would be helpful, likes voluntary registry, too.
- — (@LaFemmeFlaneuse)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:24:11At #oncopyright, panel really glosses over SOPA's epic fail. Perry says SOPA "unfortunately named."Yeah that was the problem with SOPA.
- — (@PublishersWkly)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:25:00Michelle Woods, US Copyright office at #oncopyright: we're focused on advancing "creative economy," enforcement, orphan works...
- — (@copyrightclear)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:25:00
- — (@JustJessJohns)Thu, Mar 29 2012 22:25:00
#OnCopyright Conference at Columbia University Law School
Noteworthy observations and quotes from the #OnCopyright conference on the present and future of copyright at the Columbia University Law School, March 30, 2012
byJeremy Caplan184 Views