This Saturday, October 22, the CMLP, together with Kennesaw State University's Center for Sustainable Journalism, will be producing and appearing at "Media Law in the Digital Age: The Rules Have Changed -- Again," an intensive one-day media law conference on the Kennesaw State campus north of Atlanta, Georgia.
Media Law in the Digital Age will bring together a wide array of acclaimed practitioners and scholars to discuss issues that are critical for anyone who publishes online content, works in digital media, or studies the way in which technology has influenced journalism and law. The day will open with a plenary discussion, The Aftermath of WikiLeaks, and individual sessions will include:
- Online Community Building and Management
- Social Media and Its Legal Implications: Where Your Personal Life Meets Journalism
- Is Recording in Public a Crime? Mobile Devices and Newsgathering
- Access to Government Information in the Digital Age
- Apps & Wireless: New Platforms for Online Content Providers and Journalists
- Copyright: Using the Work of Others and Licensing Your Own Work
- Legal Issues for Entrepreneurs: Business Law Basics for Independent News Organizations
- Libel Law: Minimizing the Risks of Publishing Online
- Generating Revenue: Advertising, Branding and Buzz
We hope to see you there!