Copy-resistant “Intellectual Property Colloquium”
Here’s another new way to get CLE credit from your computer: Doug Lichtman, a UCLA law professor, has put together the Intellectual Property Colloquium, a series of learned discussions about IP law between Lichtman and other leading-edgiest of guys.
LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® would report more by cutting and pasting some excerpts from the site to allow readers to sample its high level of erudition — something about “disruptive technology”! — but text and images on the site are not right-click selectable, linkable or downloadable. Screen-shot resistant, too.
Yeah, unlike a mere blog, the Intellectual Property Colloquium is so good everyone will cut and paste it and steal from it, so it has technological copy protection in place to protect even the promotional blurbs about the podcasts from sleazy copyright infringers and other so-called “fair use”-ers. Quite apropos, no? It’s valuable intellectual property — about intellectual property! 😉
For sure, something that good, you have to listen to!