Later this week, I’ll be leaving for Austin, TX to participate in SXSWi 2012. I’m incredibly excited about it, it’s actually my first time going, and I’m even more excited to be a part of an excellent panel that will be held on the 13th entitled “American Copyright: Will Government Go Too Far?“.
The panel is headed up by attorney, long-time PT reader and good friend Katherine Sunstrom as well as attorneys David Snead and Mark Petrolis as the esteemed Copyright 2.0 Show co-host Patrick O’Keefe and myself.
The panel will be held from 3:30-4:30 on March 13 in Salon A of the AT&T Conference Hotel. The hotel is actually a good ways away from the main conference area for SXSW, so plan on leaving early if you want to attend.
The panel should be a whirlwind of activity, including a lot of questions from the audience as well as conversation on SOPA/PIPA, the future direction of U.S. legislation and other recent bits of copyright news from the U.S.
So, if you’re at SXSW and are interested in copyright matters, definitely come down and see this panel and, if you want, hang around a while afterward as I’d love to meet and talk with you as well.