RIAA presents at Chat. Tech Council

From: Mike Harrison 
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I'll leave my personal comments out..
but I won't be going to help keep me from being arrested.

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Please join us for our April 14th lunch meeting.

FREE to CTC members; $20 non-CTC members. RSVP deadline is Monday, April 
11th. To register, 
http://chatc.org/events/2011/4/14/chattanooga-technology-council-april-lunch-meeting/

Mitch Glazier is Executive Vice President, Government and Industry 
Relations for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the 
Washington D.C.-based trade association that represents hundreds of member 
record companies responsible for creating, manufacturing and distributing 
more than 90 percent of all legitimate sound recordings sold in the United 
States. Glazier serves as the chief advocate for the recorded music 
industry before policymakers and government officials and is responsible 
for industry relations, including the Gold and Platinum Sales Award 
Program.

Glazier, because of his role in policy debates over new media, was named 
as one of the nation’s “50 most influential men under 37,” by 
“Details” magazine.

He has been at the forefront of many of the nation’s cutting-edge policy 
issues, such as copyright law in the digital age, First Amendment-related 
challenges, royalty streams for record companies and artists, and 
international copyright agreements.

Before his tenure with RIAA, Glazier served as Chief Counsel to the 
Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property, Committee on the 
Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives. The subcommittee has 
jurisdiction over all intellectual property law, including patents, 
copyrights and trademarks. In his capacity as Chief Counsel, Glazier 
served as the chief advisor to the Subcommittee and was responsible for 
working with Members of Congress to craft legislation and amendments, 
organize legislative and oversight hearings and markups, and analyze and 
evaluate legislation referred to the subcommittee.

Glazier also served as law clerk to Judge Wayne R. Andersen, United States 
District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and practiced law at 
the Chicago law firm Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg as an associate in 
commercial litigation.

Glazier holds a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Vanderbilt University 
and a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Policy, cum laude, from 
Northwestern University.  He is a member of the Bars of the State of 
Illinois and the District of Columbia.


=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ Pretty much anyone who attend this should be ashamed of themselves nch-meeting/ r d try try as ls=94 y on of s t al

=============================================================== From: Mike Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ That depends on whether they are there to ask the hard questions and bring balance to the force. An excerpt from my e-mail to the Tech Council: -------------------------------- http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/03/big

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ I'd get arrested, I'll tell you that right now.

=============================================================== From: Matt Eslinger ------------------------------------------------------ any way. awesome. Well put...

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ I say we usurp the Council of the Technology and create our own little empire...

=============================================================== From: Chad Smith ------------------------------------------------------ Is there a strict "no tomatoes" policy - because if not.... - Chad W Smith "I like a man who's middle name is W." - President George W. Bush - February 10, 2003 bit.ly/gwb-dubya

=============================================================== From: Mike Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ It's called: Chugalug and you are our cyberwarfare commando force leader.

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ Shhhhhh! The man might be listenin' It's called: Chugalug and you are our cyberwarfare commando force leader.

=============================================================== From: Dee Holtsclaw ------------------------------------------------------ They're *always* listening. The question is one of comprehension ...

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ Doesn't matter if they comprehend, my Cyber Chugalug Commando Forces will destroy them

=============================================================== From: Erik Hanson ------------------------------------------------------ Hopefully to the tune of ripped mp3's :-D On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 12:16 PM, Stephen Kraus wro= te: e

=============================================================== From: Mike Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ I'd love to be able to make it, and provide some creative commons licensed or better (non-RIAA) background music and a flyer about it. Next up would be a live performer doing original CC licensed work with an invitation to attendees to copy and distribute the performance with T-shirts or CD's for sale to provide a capitalistic monetization angle.

=============================================================== From: "Alex Smith (K4RNT)" ------------------------------------------------------ You could try a "sting" and try to entrap them into trying to get a DMCA notice, on a CC licensed work. You know they don't really check to see if they really own the content, they just robo-sign the subpoenas and lawsuits... ;) th

=============================================================== From: Erik Hanson ------------------------------------------------------ Maybe if everyone asks their questions at the same time their speaker will go down like Sony's website! Ooooohh... Too soon? On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 1:26 PM, Alex Smith (K4RNT) wrote: ith

=============================================================== From: Stephen Kraus ------------------------------------------------------ I'll go in and play 10 second clips of music and wait to get sued .

=============================================================== From: Bret McHone ------------------------------------------------------ If anyone used to read the "User Friendly" comics, I loved their rendition of the representative from teh RIAA. .

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