Is home downloading killing music? Should Internet Service Providers monitor customers to try and spot copyright infringement, and disconnect downloaders? Do musicians need new laws to benefit from the opportunities of the Internet?
Join us to debate these questions and more with leading copyright thinkers from the music world, government, consumer groups and universities.
Welcome by Dr Ian Brown (OII) and Simon Davies (LSE)
Copyright and consumer welfare, Adrian Brazier (Dept for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform)
The role of online intermediaries, Prof Lilian Edwards (Institute for Law and the Web, Southampton University)
Technical limits on ISP action, Dr Richard Clayton (Cambridge University Computer Laboratory)
What would a consumer-friendly copyright law look like? Michelle Childs (Knowledge Ecology International)
How can we maximise copyright's return to society? Dr Rufus Pollock (Emannuel College, Cambridge)
What can we learn from existing Notice and Take-Down schemes? Rob Hamadi (Publishers Association)
What do tomorrow's musicians need from copyright law? Wendy Grossman
How *should* copyright work online? John Kennedy (CEO, IFPI), Paul Sanders (CEO, PlayLouder), Becky Hogge (Open Rights Group)