Copyright in the Digital Age Panel Discussion

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Panel in 105 North Gate Hall, Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley, Hearst & Euclid, Berkeley, CA 94704


Join guest panelists David Greene, Executive Director and Staff Counsel from the First Amendment Project, James Wheaton, Senior Counsel and First Amendment Project co-founder, and Diane Peters, General Counsel from Creative Commons, for what promises to be an engaging, educational and lively discussion about the adaptation and evolution of copyright in the digital age. Find out about the law and what protections you have and do not have as a photographer in this quickly changing landscape.

When: 7pm-8:30pm
Cost: $10 (limited to 75 participants). Advance registration required: