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Friday, March 13 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The Internet: F@#% Free Speech, F@#% Fair Use

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ATTENTION: This session requires advance signup to attend. For Online Schedule: Please utilize the RSVP link below the description to reserve your seat. For SXSW GO App: Use the RSVP 'Find a Timeslot' link. You must have a SXSW Interactive, Gold, or Platinum badge to attend, and, you must have an activated SXsocial account (social.sxsw.com) to reserve a seat. If you have any issues with signing up, please email support@sxsw.com. VERY IMPORTANT: Because of the limited space, we recommend you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the published start time of this session. If you have not checked in at the room you RSVPed for at least five minutes prior to the session start time, you may lose your seat to an attendee in the waiting list line.
In a world where patent and copyright trolls, trademark bullies, fraudsters, and IP and domain squatters abound, what can you do to protect your Internet business? Attendees will gain insight into the mindset and goals of these quasi-villains and learn practical advice and strategies for successfully battling with them – or avoiding them altogether.
The presentation will include an overview of the legal framework that allows trolls/bullies/fraudsters/squatters to thrive; case studies and war stories demonstrating how they might brutalize your company; and effective ways you can avoid and defend against them. Learn how to avoid making your company a target; identify the pressure points of the “bad guys”; and when it makes sense for your company to adopt the tactics of the “enemy.”

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Speakers
avatar for Sarah Feingold

Sarah Feingold

Counsel, Etsy
Born an artist, Sarah decided the best way to protect creative folk like herself was to become an attorney.
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David Wong

Atty, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
David is a partner with Barnes & Thornburg LLP where he is a member of the Intellectual Property Department and Chairman of the Internet and Technology Law Group. His practice focuses on Internet law, technology, media, intellectual property counseling, risk management, prosecution, policing, and enforcement. He regularly advises clients on commercial and intellectual property matters, such as trademark, copyright, defamation, trade dress... Read More →


Friday March 13, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm
JW Marriott Room 404 110 E 2nd St

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