The Law and Technology of Digital Rights Management Thursday, February 27- Saturday, March 1, 2003
Boalt Hall School of Law and the School of Information Management and Systems at
the University of California, Berkeley are pleased to announce this year's
groundbreaking conference on digital rights management.
We invite you to join leaders from industry, academia, government, and the
nonprofit sector such as:
Mozelle Thompson (Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission)
Congresswomen Zoe Lofgren (D-California)
Cary Sherman (General Counsel, Recording Industry Association of America)
Lucky Green (cypherpunks.to)
Larry Lessig (Professor of Law, Stanford University)
Edward Felten, (Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University)
Mike Chartier (Director of Regulator Policy of Wireless Group, Intel)
Barb Fox (Senior Software Architect, Cryptography and Digital Rights
Management, Microsoft Corporation)
and many more to discuss the legal, technological, and policy landscape of
digital rights management systems, learn about recent developments, and debate
the future balance of content protection, fair use, and privacy.
Please join us for this year's conference, Feb. 27-Mar. 1, and don't get left
behind in the most important change in the area of law and technology today.
Registration for the Thursday tutorial and Friday and Saturday conference are
both limited, so visit http://www.law.berkeley.edu/bclt/drm/ today for more
information and online registration.
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