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Podcast of the annual conference on emerging legal issues surrounding digital publishing and content distribution, produced by the Media Law Resource Center and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

Legal Frontiers in Digital Media Podcast Media Law Resource Center (MLRC) & Berkeley Center for Law & Technology (BCLT)

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Podcast of the annual conference on emerging legal issues surrounding digital publishing and content distribution, produced by the Media Law Resource Center and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

    Issues in Compliance: GDPR & California Consumer Privacy Act

    Issues in Compliance: GDPR & California Consumer Privacy Act

    The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation has been in effect for nearly a year, and California’s expansive Consumer Privacy Act is set to go into effect in 2020. This panel of regulators, in-house and outside counsel will review enforcement trends that have the greatest impact on online platforms, and actions that platforms have taken […]

    Protecting Anonymous Online Speech

    Protecting Anonymous Online Speech

    This session will take an in-depth look at legal strategies for protecting anonymous speech online from the perspective of the platforms that provide the channels of communication, as well as from users seeking to maintain their online anonymity. A panel of expert inside and outside counsel will consider: • What are the legal standards for […]

    EU Updates: Cross-Border Takedown Enforcement & EU Copyright Directive

    EU Updates: Cross-Border Takedown Enforcement & EU Copyright Directive

    Practioners from Europe will bring us the latest developments on global takedown cases working their way through the European courts (e.g., CNIL v. Google; Glawischnig v. Facebook); and controversial provisions of the EU Copyright Directive that threaten to impose a so-called “link tax” on platforms that aggregate news content and to require platforms to take […]

    In Conversation: A Fourth Amendment for the Digital Age

    In Conversation: A Fourth Amendment for the Digital Age

    In its landmark decision in Carpenter v. United States, the Supreme Court held that the Fourth Amendment requires that law enforcement obtain a warrant before gathering historic cell site location data about a suspect from cellular service providers, calling into question the validity of the “third-party doctrine” in the online context. The decision has opened […]

    Free Speech for Product Counsel

    Free Speech for Product Counsel

    Many decisions that affect public discourse on online platforms are made before the first user logs on. Speech on the internet is shaped by platforms’ structural choices including: the length of permitted submissions; whether posts are permanent or disappear over time; how the content that users see is selected; the control granted to users over […]

    Inline Linking After Goldman v. Breitbart

    Inline Linking After Goldman v. Breitbart

    Does one infringe a copyright by in-line linking? If so, how much will our internet be shrinking? Just how pervasive are in-line linking, embedding and framing in today’s digital media? A content development and distribution pro first explains the present state before envisioning a hypothetical internet without these tools. Then counsel who won the two […]

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