Tuesday 28 January 2014

Online Copyright + Enforcement = Happiness? A spring event in London

Awww ... Spring + copyright:
that is the real formula
for happiness!
Were you just wondering what copyright event you may attend this spring in London? Wonder no further!

On the afternoon of 1st April the IPKat is in fact holding an event on copyright chemistry, aimed at finding out - among other things - where the canapes are what the perfect formula for copyright happiness might be. In particular, might 'online copyright' + 'enforcement' be the answer?

1709 Blog team members Eleonora and Asim will speak about online copyright enforcement in the EU and France, respectively, and Jeremy will chair the entire event.

Other topics will include blocking injunctions in the UK and the recent online copyright enforcement regulation in Italy, how Google fights piracy, German ISP liability through interference, private agreements between ISPs and rightholders, the newly created UK Copyright Hub, and global enforcement strategies.

It all sounds very exciting, and indeed nearly 100 people have already registered. 

What does this mean? That you have to hurry up, as there are only 20 places left!

The event is free to attend and will be hosted in the beautiful offices of Bristows LLP. CDP points will be also provided.

You can register here

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