Conference Schedule
Thursday, November 6
1:00-1:15 Welcome:
 "Broadcasting and Networking"

Larry Berman (Director, UC Washington Center)
William Warner (UC Santa Barbara)
     "Broadcasting and Networking"

1:15-2:45 Plenary:
"Digital Copyright: A Washington Policy Briefing"
  Peter Jaszi (Washington College of Law, America U)
Sarah Deutsch (Verizon)
     "RIAA/Verizon/'Jane Doe' subpoena case"
Peter Jaszi (Washington College of Law, America U)
      Plenary Speaker
3:00-4:15 Panel 1:
Changing the Network Infrastructure: Threats and Possibilities
  Gigi Sohn (Public Knowledge) Chair
     "Threats to the Networked Computer in Congress, FCC, and
      the Copyprotection Working Group"

Alex Alben (candidate for Congress,formerly of RealNetworks)
     "Barriers to Digital Media Delivery from a Government Policy Perspective"
Jonathan Band (Morrison & Foerster)
     "The International Computer Network and the International
      Copyright System"
  Cookie and Beverage Break
4:30-5:45 Panel 2:
Music, Culture and Copyright
  Barry Kernfeld (Independent Scholar)
     "Pop Song Piracy, Fake Books, and A Pre-history of Sampling"

John Cruz (UC Santa Barbara)
     "Subaltern Cultures and Copyright Online"
Mitchell Glazier (Senior Vice President of Government
      Relations and Legislative Council, RIAA)
Friday, November 7
9:00-10:00 Plenary:
"Strategies and Tactics in the Battle Over Content in the Digital Age"
  Peter Jaszi (Washington College of Law, America U)
Randall Davis, (MIT, Computer Science)
      Plenary Speaker
10:05-12:20 Super-Panel 3:
DRM, Privacy, and Peer-2-Peer File Sharing
  Part 1: Law and Culture
Jennifer Urban ( Samuelson Law Clinic)
Jim Burger (Dow, Lohnes and Albertson)
     "DRM and the Broadcast Flag"

Julie Cohen (Georgetown Law)
     "Copyright, User privacy, and the Design of DRM Systems"

Jessica Litman (Wayne State U)
     "Copyright law and Peer-to-Peer File Sharing"

Beverage Break

Part 2: Views from the Hill
Hillary Brill (Counsel to Congressman Rick Boucher)
     "DRM: A View from the Hill"

Alec French (Minority Counsel,House Judiciary Committee)
     "IP in the Networked Environment: Balancing Liabilities,
      Responsibilities, and Rights
1:30-2:45 Panel 4:
Open Source Software
  Jeremy Douglass (UC Santa Barbara)
Ian Clarke (Freenet)
     "Freenet: Ensuring Freedom of Communication on the Internet"
Francis Steen (UC Los Angeles)
     "Why Write Software for Free?"
2:45-4:00 Panel 5:
Art and Theft
  John Cruz (UC Santa Barbara)
Carrie McLaren (Stay Free! Magazine)
Mark Poster (UC Irvine)
    "Who Controls Culture?"
Shu Lea Cheang (Zurich)
    "The Kingdom of Piracy"
  Cookie and Beverage Break
4:15-5:15 Plenary:
"Politics, Stakeholder Self-Interest, and the Construction of the Public Domain"
  Mark Rose (UC Santa Barbara)
James Boyle (Duke U Law School)
     Plenary Speaker
5:15-6:45 Panel 6:
Public Cultures and Copyright
  Dale Kunkel (UC Santa Barbara, UC Washington Center)
Laurie Racine (Center for the Public Domain and Lear Center at USC)
     "The Ecology of Creativity in Fashion and Entertainment"

Siva Vaidhyanathan (New York U)
     "Global Piracy: The Real Copyright Crisis"

Robert Nideffer (UC Irvine)
    "Copyright or Copywrong: The Case of and
     Hacking for Interoperability"

Jenny Cool (Artist, Filmmaker, Producer)
     "Report on the Documentary: Copyright in the Age of
      Digital Reproduction
Conference Buffet Reception: Governor's Hotel, 7:30-9:30PM
Saturday, November 8
"Freedom to Tinker: Reconciling Cultural and Technical Creativity"
9:00-10:00 Wendy Seltzer (Electronic Freedom Frontier)
Ed Felten (Computer Science, Princeton U)
     Plenary Speaker
  Beverage Break
10:15-12:00 Panel 7:
Copyright and Technical Change
  Clifford Siskin (Columbia U)
     Chair and Introduction
Mark Rose (UC Santa Barbara)
     "Technology and Copyright in 1735: The Engraver's Act"
Noah Wardrip-Fruin (Electronic Literature Org.)
     "Ted Nelson, Copyright and 'Literary Machines' (1981)"
Jennifer Urban (Samuelson Law Clinic)
     "The Mutual Influence of Copyright and Technology"
Wendy Seltzer (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
     "Thwarting Innovation With the DMCA"
12:00-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:45 Panel 8:
Institutions in the Middle of the Copyright Wars: Museums,
Libraries and Universities

Mark Rose (UC Santa Barbara)
David L. Green (former Exec. Dir. of NINCH)
     "Two Faces of DRM"
Rina Pantalony (Canadian Heritage Information Network)
"CHIN's Virtual Museum of Canada:
     Overcoming the Fear Factor in Granting Public Access to Content"

John Vaughn (Association of American Universities)
    "The Joint Committee: a Cooperative Response to Campus P2P
     File Sharing"

2:45-4:00 Panel 9:
Preservation and Copyright
  Noah Wardrip-Fruin (Electronic Literature Org.)
J. Hillis Miller (UC Irvine)
     "The Disappearance of Literature"
Laura Gasaway (U of North Carolina Law School)
     "Digital Preservation and Copyright"
Nick Montfort (U of Pennsylvania)
     "Condemned to Reload It: Forgetting New Media"
  Cookie and Beverage Break
4:15-5:45 Presentation-Performance:
"Adventures in Illegal Art: Creative Media Resistance & Negativland"
  Robert Nideffer (UC Irvine)
Mark Hosler (Negativland)
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