TWiL 385: #Iamashill

This Week in Law (Audio) show

Summary: <p>Denise Howell, Mike Keyes, Franklin Graves, and Micah Ascano discuss the Fyre Festival's crash course in how everyone wants to do "influence" marketing but no one knows the law. Can YouTube go from blunt instrument to precision in deciding what videos should be "restricted," and if it does will that jeopardize its DMCA safe harbor? Fan-made video subtitles are fun and creative, but are they or aren't they infringing? A new lawsuit tests whether AR games must worry about city licensing and permits before spawning the wild Snorlax; technology is making law more accessible and effective; and Jonathan Livingston Seagull finally gets the director credit he so richly deserves.</p> <p><strong>Hosts:</strong> <a href="">Denise Howell</a> and <a href="">J. Michael Keyes</a></p> <p><strong>Guests:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank">Franklin Graves</a> and <a href="" target="_blank">Micah Ascano</a></p> <p>Download or subscribe to this show at <a href=""></a>.</p><ul> <li><a href="" target="_blank">Public list of discussion points</a></li> <li><a href="" target="_blank">TWiL on Facebook</a></li> </ul><p>Attorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking <a href="" target="_blank">MCLE credit</a> approval. Please check the rules and requirements for your specific jurisdiction before submitting any forms.</p><p>Special thanks to Nigel Clutterbuck for the TWiL theme music.</p><p>Thanks to <a href="" target="_blank">CacheFly</a> for the bandwidth for this show.</p>