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Virtual Event | New Copyright Challenges in the Publishing Industry
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A student references a textbook while attending a university seminar. (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | New Copyright Challenges in the Publishing Industry

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, March 30. Register for the event here.

The publishing industry has undergone significant changes over the past few decades to keep pace with the shifting expectations of consumers in the digital age. As a result of this transformation, consumers have more opportunities than ever before to access digital works online. The publishing industry now faces new copyright challenges beyond simple piracy that threaten to undermine the exclusive rights undergirding the creative ecosystem. Join Hudson Institute for a panel discussion on the hot-button issues affecting the publishing industry today, including digital first sale, controlled digital lending, state compulsory licensing, and ancillary rights.

Speakers

Terry Hart

General Counsel, Association of American Publishers

Danielle Coffey

Executive Vice President and General Counsel, News Media Alliance

Umair Kazi

Director of Advocacy and Policy, Authors Guild

Moderator

Devlin Hartline

Legal Fellow, Forum for Intellectual Property, Hudson Institute

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