I mentioned a while back that I would be likely back at SGC this July, but I didn’t provide many other details. Now that the preliminary schedule is up, I can say with some certainty that I will be back at SGC with a panel on July 3 (Saturday). While this year won’t be another epic debate, it should still be a lot of fun. The session will be “The Law and Our Digital Life,” and the focus is on you. After all, there are a lot of legal issues facing simple internet dwellers as well as those with aspirations to publish content, whether those be videos or games or other material.
If you’re not going to be at SGC this year, don’t lose all hope. To make this session as big and diverse as possible, I’ve also started a thread on the ScrewAttack forums asking for more input on what people want to hear about. My plan is to get through as much of that thread and as many of the audience questions as I can in the time I have. So if you’ve got a question and can’t make it, be sure to head over to the ScrewAttack forums and get the question in the thread.
See you all at SGC!
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