An Important Copyright Case About Photos of Naked Women, As Discussed By Men

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From the Tech Law Forum:

Counsel for Perfect 10 v. Google Square Off

On February 2, 2007, Justin Hughes, Director of the Cardozo Law School’s intellectual property program, moderated a panel discussion at Santa Clara University. The talk focused on the Perfect 10 v. Google case and its implications for Internet copyright.

The panelists include:

  • Andrew Bridges of Winston & Strawn is Google’s lead defense counsel in the case
  • Russ Frackman of Mitchell, Silverberg, and Knupp represents Perfect 10 in this case
  • Fred Von Lohmann is Senior Staff Counsel at the Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Tyler Ochoa teaches copyright law at the Santa Clara University School of Law

Streaming video (Windows Media) with scrolling transcripts.

Previous posts about this case here and here.

–Ann Bartow

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