Hyperlocal social platforms, like Yik Yack and Whisper, are hot right now. But when things turn ugly, or they get into the wrong hands, whose responsibility is it? Who foots the bill for the fallout? The founders and developers who didn't foresee the (negative) possibilities? Parents? Teachers? Consumers? Law enforcement?
Staff Attorney Teri Karobonik will join a panel of other experts on Thursday May 14th to discuss these issues and more at CyberHive's StartUp Breakfast; Unintended Consequences: Who is responsible when hyperlocal social apps get in the wrong hands?
For more information and to RSVP check out theCyberTECH and CyberHive Startup Incubator Meetup page for the event here.
The San Diego Sports and Entertainment Sports Lawyers recently invited Staff Attorney, Teri Karobonik, to give a talk on 3D printing and copyright law. Below you can find parts I and II of the video of her presentation, as well as a bonus video where Teri talks about the copyright issues surrounding the now infamous Left Shark takedown.
Also below is the Prezi for her presentation if you’d like to follow along. If you want to learn even more about the legal aspects of 3D printing you can check out our guide here.
Special thanks to Jonathan Bewley for recording the presentation!
New Media Rights Executive Director Art Neill will be speaking at the March 28 UC Irvine School of Law Entertainment and Technology Law Symposium. Art will be on a panel of experts regarding the FCC's recent decision to implement Open Internet rules by reclassifying broadband under Title II.
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists San Diego/Tijuana chapter has put together an exciting panel, including our own Staff Attorney Teri Karobonik, which will cover ethical and legal issues related to border reporting. The panel will also discuss what border stories we need to start telling focusing on case studies from the panelists and end with a Q&A.
The panel will take place Saturday March 21, 2015 from 11a.m.- 1p.m. in U-T San Diego's 3rd floor Meeting Room. Click here for more information.
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