Internet and Digital Media Law conference returns to London

The internet has been posing a number of challenges, including with regard to exploitation and use of protected content, and enforcement of relevant rights.

The IPKat friends at Informa wish to let readers know that the popular conference Internet and Digital Media Law will be returning to London also this year, and will be held on 5 December 2017. 

The agenda, among other things, includes a discussion of latest developments in the protection of copyright over the internet, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, as well as relevant internet law jurisprudence.

The speaking faculty will be composed of experts from a variety of backgrounds and jurisdictions, also including 1709 Blog contributor John Enser (CMS).

IPKat readers will be able to claim a 20% discount when registering here. It will be sufficient to use the VIP code FKW82756IPKE.
Internet and Digital Media Law conference returns to London Internet and Digital Media Law conference returns to London Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Rating: 5

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