The Competitive Enterprise Institute and TechFreedom are hosting a panel discussion this Thursday featuring intellectual property scholars and Internet governance experts. The event will explore the need for, and concerns about, recent legislative proposals to give law enforcement new tools to combat so-called “rogue websites” that facilitate and engage in unlawful counterfeiting and copyright infringement.
Video of the event will be posted here on TechLiberation.com.
|What:||“What Should Lawmakers Do About Rogue Websites?” — A CEI/TechFreedom event|
|When:||Thursday, April 7 (12:00 – 2:00 p.m.)|
|Where:||The National Press Club (529 14th Street NW, Washington D.C.)|
|Who:||Juliana Gruenwald, National Journal (moderator)
Daniel Castro, Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Larry Downes, TechFreedom
Danny McPherson, VeriSign
Ryan Radia, Competitive Enterprise Institute
David Sohn, Center for Democracy & Technology
Thomas Sydnor, Association for Competitive Technology
Space is very limited. To guarantee a seat, please register for the event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.