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Thursday, May 26 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Copyright and Content in 2011: The Black White and Gray of Crosslinking, Reposting and Media Rights

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In the incestuous world of content and curation in a digital era, who really owns the content we create and consume? From user generated content to mainstream news articles, YouTube videos to open APIs, it’s a brave new world in the era of personal and media rights. This session will address who owns what content, how big brands can and can’t use user data, how start-ups can leverage open and protected content as their point of innovation, personal user rights, and ways to plan content strategy from inception to ensure long-term (and legal) success.


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avatar for Randy Adler

Randy Adler

Randolph K. Adler, Jr. is the co-founder and Managing Partner of RK ADLER LLP, a New York-based law firm advising entrepreneurs, start-ups, venture-backed businesses, family offices, and small to mid-cap emerging companies. Before co-founding RK ADLER LLP, Mr. Adler was a corporate litigator at the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
avatar for Christopher Prince Boucher

Christopher Prince Boucher

Christopher Prince Boucher is a media and technology entrepreneur.
avatar for Bob Knorpp

Bob Knorpp

Bob Knorpp is host of the The BeanCast Marketing Podcast (beancast.us) and Ad Age Outlook (adage.com/outlook). In his 20-years of marketing, he has created award-winning campaigns for Novartis, Mars, Syngenta, and others. Bob is currently on assignment as a Strategic Consultant for Campfire, a marketing agency based in NY known for such ground-breaking campaigns as HBO's True Blood launch and Discovery's Frenzied Waters for Shark


Thursday May 26, 2011 10:15am - 11:15am
Jacob Javits Center 1A08

Attendees (30)