Copyright and the Internet in 2020

Thu 01st Oct, 2020

in Copyright

Copyright and the Internet in 2020: Reactions to the Copyright Office's Report on the Efficacy of 17 U.S.C. 512 After Two Decades

View the hearing and download the documents from September 30, 2020

https://judiciary.house.gov/calendar/eventsingle.aspx?EventID=3370

Committee on the Judiciary
Witness List

Jeffrey Sedlik
President & CEO
PLUS Coalition

Meredith Rose
Senior Policy Counsel
Public Knowledge

Morgan Grace Kibby
Singer and Songwriter
 
Jonathan Band 
Counsel
Library Copyright Alliance
 
Matthew Schruers
President
Computer & Communications Industry Association 
 
Terrica Carrington
Vice President, Legal Policy and Copyright Counsel
Copyright Alliance

On Wednesday, September 23rd from 2:00-3:30 p.m. ET, the U.S. Copyright Office held a panel to discuss “Standard Technical Measures: Legal Foundation.” The panel was moderated by Aurelia J. Schultz, Counsel for Policy and International Affairs at USCO, and consisted of four people:
•    Noah Becker, Strategic Account Manager, AdRev
•    Kit Walsh, Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) 
•    Jeff Sedlik, President and CEO, PLUS Coalition
•    Rasty Turek, Founder, Pex
This session sought to showcase current technologies in use, how they work, their benefits, their limitations, and their potential for designation as a standard technical measure. The session also sought to identify technological and other hurdles to the adoption and implementation of potential STMs, as well as the likely impacts of STMs on online service provider (OSP) business.

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