We've been invited to check out an off-schedule presentation from SD Game Art and Design on copyright with regards to internet and games!
Topic: Copyrights And Copywrongs For Internet Content
Content creation has become ubiquitous online, but what are the legal ramifications of using content that you find on the web? Come join San Diego's own New Media Rights and learn the basic building blocks of law surrounding video game and other digital content development. Specific topics covered will include copyright, fair use and Creative Commons.
Teri Karobonik is a Staff Attorney Fellow at New Media Rights. Prior to joining us she worked as a Graduate Research Fellow for Professor Colleen Chien and a Fellow at the Federal Legal Aid Self Help Center.
Teri received her J.D. from Santa Clara Law in 2012. While she was at Santa Clara Teri earned numerous awards for her work in IP and Privacy including a Pro-Bono Award for her work as the International Legal Intern at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in the summer of 2011. Teri received her B.A. with honors in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona in 2009. She was also inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. For more on Teri, check out her linked in profile here, www.linkedin.com/pub/teri-karobonik/13/881/55a.
Lauren Brady is in her final year at California Western School of Law in San Diego and is a former New Media Rights Intern. She is a native San Diegan, with a major in film production from SDSU. She loves video games, and hopes to specialize in video game law.