What happens when innocent end users are accused of copyright infringement? Are the methods of targeting infringers accurate? Are the tactics used by copyright owners ethical? How can we protect both intellectual property and innocent internet users at the same time?
Many of these questions have been raised by the controversial actions of copyright owners (in properties such as the Dallas Buyers Club film) in enforcing their rights against end users that they have accused of infringement.
All these questions and more were covered in the new workshop on Sat 11 July 2015 : “Copyright End User Infringement: a view from both sides of the fence”
The panel of experts came from the fields of technology law, intellectual property and digital forensics, including
- Isabella Ho, Director Legal at Razer
- Byron Xavier, Corporate and Intellectual Property attorney, Xavier & Associates LLC
- Wong Siew Hong, Intellectual Property Litigation partner, Eldan Law LLP
- Darren Cerasi, Director of I-Analysis, expert in Digital Forensics, eDiscovery and Data Recovery
This cross-disciplinary panel took the audience through a hypothetical case study that shows both sides of a copyright infringement case.
Date and Time: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm on Sat 11 July 2015
Venue: Intelli.Asia Group, Level 3, 146 Robinson Road
Admission was Free for ISOC Members and early birds.
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