Re:Create Coalition To Host SXSW Panel On Copyright

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Re:Create Coalition will host the South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive panel “Copyright & Creators 2026” on March 11 to discuss the future of copyright law over the next decade. The panel of policy experts–including a fanworks leader, social justice advocate and futurist–will debate the evolution of copyright law and how it affects underprivileged communities, consumers, fans, digital entrepreneurs, cosplayers, and more.

“SXSW Interactive brings together the leaders in digital creativity and is a showcase for the latest emerging technologies, so we look forward to bringing this important discussion on the future of copyright law to Austin. In today’s Internet-connected world we are all becoming creators, entrepreneurs and consumers of content. How we interact with copyright law influences us on a daily basis, and we look forward to exploring these issues and how they will evolve over the next decade at the festival,” said Josh Lamel, Executive Director for Re:Create Coalition.


Alexandra Mogyoros, Doctoral student and futurist, University of Oxford
Lateef Mtima, Professor of Law, Howard University and Founder and Director, Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice
Betsy Rosenblatt, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Intellectual Property Law, Whittier Law School; Legal Chair, Organization for Transformative Works
Jon Healey, Editorial Writer, Los Angeles Times


Friday, March 11, 2016


5:00PM – 6:00PM


J.W. Marriott, Salon 3 – 4
110 E 2nd Street
Austin, TX

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