Challenging Big Tech: Establishing Platform Responsibility and Accountability Online

Challenging Big Tech: Establishing Platform Responsibility and Accountability Online

12 Mar 2020, 14:30 - 15:30

Club Room - National Hall Gallery
Language:
English

This seminar is jointly organised by the Publishers Association and the International Publishers Association

The panel will discuss online accountability and how the relationship between publishers and online platforms will develop. This will include a legal view about enforcement frameworks in the UK and EU, and future trends for the UK’s implementation of the European Copyright Directive.
This seminar is sponsored by Publishers' Licensing Services – Collective licensing and rights management services for UK publishers. 

Contributors

  • Dan Conway

    Speaker

    Director of External Affairs

    The Publishers Association

      Dan is the Director of External Affairs at the Publishers Association. He leads the team responsible for external affairs, including in the areas...

  • Dan Guthrie

    Speaker

    Director General

    Alliance for Intellectual Property

      Dan is Director General of the Alliance for Intellectual Property, a campaign group of 20 organisations representing IP rich businesses and...

  • Ted Shapiro

    Speaker

    Partner and Head of Brussels Office

    Wiggin LLP

      Ted is a partner with over 25 years’ experience who heads Wiggin’s Brussels office. He is a recognised expert in international and European...

  • M. Luisa Simpson

    Speaker

    Senior Vice President, Global Policy

    Association of American Publishers

      Lui Simpson is Senior Vice President, Global Policy for the Association of American Publishers (AAP). In this role, she directs the association’s...

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