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On July 4, 2012 By Shane Valenzi
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PLEASE STAY TUNED!! THE MEMBERS OF THE VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY LAW ARE TAKING A BRIEF HIATUS FROM POSTING TO TURN THEIR ATTENTIONS TO FINAL EXAMS AND TIME WITH FAMILY DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON. REGULAR POSTING WILL RESUME WITH VIGOR ON JANUARY 10, 2012.
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Video footage from the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law’s annual symposium entitled Drawing Lines in the Digital Age: Copyright, Fair Use, and Derivative Works is now available here. Thanks to all who attended!
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On Friday, October 23, the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law held its annual symposium. This year’s symposium was entitled Drawing Lines in the Digital Age: Copyright, Fair Use, and Derivative Works. The symposium covered a variety of topics related to digital copyright, but the focus was on exploring the intersection of [...]Continue Reading →
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