Intellectual Property and the Culture Economy in the Digital Age

In 2011 G8 plenaries offered as expected the ‘good’ wishes and vision of the world economic leaders… and some tendencies that we won’t like or decided, one ask about the selection of panelists, on may 24 the theme was The Internet: Accelerating Growth eG8 Forum and from the program:

Special Talk Digital’s Next Frontier: Education
Rupert Murdoch, Chair and CEO, News Corporation

Jumps out, what is doing Murdoch first, talking about education… but interestingly on the Plenary IV: Intellectual Property and the Culture Economy in the Digital Age, the panel was announced as this:

Plenary IV: Intellectual Property and the Culture Economy in the Digital Age
Antoine Gallimard, Chair, Éditions Gallimard
Jim Gianopulos, Chair, 20th Century Fox
Frédéric Mitterrand, Minister of Culture andCommunication, France
Pascal Nègre, CEO, Universal Music France
Hartmut Ostrowski, Chair and CEO, Bertelsmann
Moderator: Bruno Patino, Director-General, Digital and Strategy, France Télévisions

But ended being this one:

Session Panelists

John Perry Barlow, Vice Chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Frederic Mitterrand, Minister of Culture and Communication, France
Jim Gianopulos, Chairman, Fox Filmed Entertainment
Pascal Nègre, Chairman and CEO, Universal Music France
Hartmut Ostrowski, Chairman and CEO, Bertelsmann
Antoine Gallimard, President Groupe Gallimard  and President, Syndiact National de l’Edition

Moderated by:
Bruno Patino, Digital Head, France Televisions

The recording per se its worth to watch, but take special attention to EFF Vice Chairman, John Perry Barlow.

BTW that is at min 30 in case you don’t want to see all the session. Also in alt1040 Geraldine Juárez wrote a great article about it on Spanish.

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