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Platform Society: Copyright, Free Speech, and Sharing on Social Media Platforms
Fordham IPLJ
Symposium

The full text of this Symposium summary may be found here.

30 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 1 (2019).

These summaries are brought to you by the staff and editors of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal, Volume XXX. The Journal would like to extend a very special thank you to Sarah Fabian Maramarosy, IPLJ’s Volume XXX Symposium Editor, for organizing this 27th Annual Symposium. For their help creating these summaries, the Journal would like to thank the Team Leads: Clara Drew, David Devich, Hongjun Byun, Sara Mazurek, Kirsten Flicker, and Taylor Kosakoff. Further thanks to Bernie Olshansky, Tova Dardashty, Siobhan D’Angelo, and Matthew LaBau for their help editing the final content of these summaries, as well as France Svistovski, Managing Editor of Volume XXX, and Hanna Feldman, Editor-in-Chief of Volume XXX, for compiling and finalizing the summaries. Finally, the Journal would like to thank all of the Symposium’s Panelists and Moderators.