Beyond Napster: Debating the Future of Copyright on the Internet - Panel Three: New Business Models, Regulatory Options and the Future of Copyright on the Internet

26 Pages Posted: 9 Aug 2006

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Ann Bartow

Franklin Pierce Center for IP at UNH Law

Abstract

This article presents a panel discussion concerning the future of copyright on the internet. The panel convened in Washington, D. C. on Thursday, November 16, 2000, and was moderated by Joshua J. Kaufman of Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti. The panelists included Ann Bartow (University of South Carolina School of Law), Edward J. Black (Computer & Communications Industry Association), Philip S. Corwin (Butera & Andrews), Brian Hecht (enews.com), Keith Kupferschmid (Software Information Industry Association), Bennett Lincoff (Darby & Darby), and David Pakman (myplay.com). The panel discussed the internet business models of the future and how the piracy problems created by peer-to-peer sharing programs should be addressed.

Keywords: copyright, internet, napster, business model, regulatory options,

JEL Classification: K00

Suggested Citation

Bartow, Ann, Beyond Napster: Debating the Future of Copyright on the Internet - Panel Three: New Business Models, Regulatory Options and the Future of Copyright on the Internet. American University Law Review, Vol. 50, p. 425, 2000 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=923163

Ann Bartow (Contact Author)

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