June 26th- 28th, 2017 |
Los Angeles, California

Pre-Summit Workshop Day

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration for Workshop A and Networking Breakfast

9:00 am - 10:00 am WORKSHOP A: Anti-Piracy Boot Camp – A Cross-Industry Crash Course On Content Protection

New to the anti-piracy world?  Want to polish your understanding of the fundamentals?  Attend this boot camp and level-set with industry experts who will cover the gambit of all things piracy and content protection.  Prepare yourself for the sophisticated talks at the main summit at this 101 crash course!
This session will:·Clarify how to identify and target potential piracy threats in order to protect your content
·Detail the players who need to be on your content protection teams to prepare you for infringement
·Classify the skill sets required for each realm of anti-piracy, in both your internal and external groups  

10:00 am - 11:00 am WORKSHOP A: PART 2: The Intersection of Entertainment, Technology and the Law

Now that your tool box is full and you’ve covered the essentials, this talk will expose you to the available products on the market that are revolutionizing the industry. In addition, explore how the legal system can be implored to combat infringement, both criminally and civilly.  

This session will:·Stress the importance of collaboration amongst content owners, vendors, and enforcement agencies to cultivate effective anti-piracy platforms 
·Highlight the most innovative technologies on the market
·Provide an overview of the copyright infringement litigation lifecycle from start to finish 

11:00 am - 11:30 am Registration for Workshop B - Boxed Lunch Will Be Provided

11:30 am - 1:30 pm Work Shop B: Legislative & Regulatory Developments Informing Piracy Copyright Law

Governments across the globe appreciate the economic advantages of cracking down on pirated content.  Successful anti-piracy efforts should translate into billions in taxes that could be reinvested back into the economy.  That said, the general consensus amongst industry leaders is that existing regulations are not sufficient to actually prevent piracy.

This session will:·Consider existing and pending legislations in the U.S. and abroad
·Deliver methods on how to use regulation in conjunction with risk mitigation tactics to tackle piracy head-on

1:30 am - 2:00 am Registration for Workshop C

2:00 am - 5:00 am Live Streaming Applications and the Impact of Nano-Piracy: Deterring Live Event Content Theft

 2017 has already seen millions of instances of Nano-Piracy, ranging from sporting events, live music and entertainment, and the inauguration of the President via the re-transmission of television or online streams, resulting in the loss of millions of dollars in potential ad revenue.  Nano-piracy is rapidly becoming viable competition.  In order to adapt, the industry will need to  price accordingly.

This session will:·Deliberate the need for take down systems for illegal live streams. 
·Arrange for collaboration amongst service providers, social media networks and content owners to design a more effective method to thwart piracy in this space