2009 Managing Piracy in a Digital Age
Managing Piracy in a Digital Age
This panel focuses on ways to prevent piracy, both legal and technological, how to discover piracy, and how to deal with it once discovered. Panelists will provide an overview of piracy within the publishing industry and share evidence collected by university presses. They will discuss policing and take down processes, policies and tools to protect in-house files, and methods that vendors may use to protect files in the marketplace.
Moderator: Daphne Ireland, Director of Intellectual Property & Documentary Publishing, Princeton University Press
Panelists: Scott Cook, Director of Technology, codeMantra; Ed McCoyd, Director of Digital Policy, Association of American Publishers
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Here's the link I mentioned for submitting content to Scribd as part of their copyright management system. [http://www.scribd.com/copyright ], Tony Sanfilippo