P2P Policy Updates: From Campus to Congress, and Now the State House

Thursday, May 08 | 9:00AM–10:45AM | Regency AB (Ballroom Level)
Session Type: Professional Development
Peer-to-peer file sharing remains a major headache for campus IT administrators, as the RIAA and MPAA aggressively explore the boundaries of litigation and legislation. This session will feature two panels of experts to discuss where we stand. The first panel will review the best current thinking on campus policy and technology options for coping with P2P issues: How to deal with DMCA notices, prelitigation letters, and John Doe lawsuits, and whether blocking and filtering technologies have matured to the point where they can help. The second panel will look at the current status of federal P2P legislation and also describe recent entertainment industry initiatives to enact such legislation at the state level.

Presenters

  • Terry Hartle

    Senior Vice President, Government and Public Affai, American Council on Education (ACE)
  • Charlie Leonhardt

    Senior Director for Online Initiatives and Innovation, Georgetown University
  • Kent Wada

    Chief Privacy Officer and Director, Policy and Privacy, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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