Online Release Event: Fair Use in the U.S. Economy

BY Maggie Clark
June 7, 2017

Just how valuable is balanced copyright to the economy?  How much technology innovation relies on IP flexibility?  On Friday, June 9, join us for a discussion of copyright policy as CCIA releases its latest publication, “Fair Use in the U.S. Economy: 2017.”

Following opening remarks by Rep. Jared Polis (D-Co.) and Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Tex.), CCIA’s Matt Schruers and economist Andrew Szamosszegi of Capital Trade, Inc. will discuss the findings of this latest installment of our economic survey on the impact of copyright balance on the national economy.

EVENT DETAILS:

What: Fair Use in the U.S. Economy: 2017 release
When: Friday, June 9
Time: 10:00a.m. – 11:00a.m.

Where: Event Lobby (Audience Registration & View)

Audience Line: 877-407-4035 / 201-689-8356 (Passcode 13664230)

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