September 27, 2018 - 10:30am
Washington, D.C.

Join EFF's Corynne McSherry and Elliot Harmon, along with Emma Llanso, CDT; Ryan Clough, Public Knowledge; and Kylie Pappalardo, QUT Law School, at the 5th Congress on Global IP and the Public Interest at American University Washington College of Law for a panel on what can we learn from the copyright wars, and how can we apply that learning to protect freedom of expression and due process in online enforcement? This workshop will discuss the possible futures of Internet intermediary regulation, and will also consider steps that platforms and users can take now to ensure that companies provide meaningful due process to impacted speakers and better ensure that takedowns are fair, unbiased, proportional, and respectful of users’ rights. This session will highlight civil society efforts to influence the process, including the Manila Principles, the Santa Clara Principles, and EFF’s 2018 Who Has Your Back report.