opinion

Free Speech Coalition, Copyright, Piracy and Monetization of Content

Diane Duke
There has been a great deal of discussion about the appropriate role the Free Speech Coalition plays in copyright, piracy and monetization of content in an ever-changing digital environment. I’d like to clarify FSC’s role as it pertains to copyright protection and to offer a specific example of how your trade association is working for you.

Free Speech Coalition’s mission is to “Lead, protect and support the growth and well being of the adult entertainment community.” We are your trade association.

As your trade association, FSC would be downright negligent if it ignored one of the biggest challenges to the industry as we know it. It is not our responsibility to develop a business model or strategy for your company’s ongoing success, it is our charge to provide the information and resources you need to make sound business decisions for today as well as tomorrow.

In keeping with that charge, we have gathered some of the great minds from mainstream entertainment, complimented them with some of the great minds from the adult entertainment industry and developed a summit designed to highlight content challenges and opportunities in today’s ever-changing digital environment.

HOW TO SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT . . . FROM THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW

A CROSS-INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ON MANAGING THE RISKS OF ON-LINE PIRACY AND TAKING ADVANTAGE OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE DIGITAL AGE

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 - Sheraton Universal, Universal City, CA

As your trade association, it is FSC’s responsibility to speak to our partners in mainstream entertainment, to make sure that the adult entertainment industry has a place at the table in discussions of copyright laws and regulations, and to use our relationships to access the best information and resources available for our members.

Of course, we will continue to be the watchdog for the industry against government oppression, but we will also work to eliminate other barriers to your success while simultaneously alerting you to potential opportunities. We are FSC, your full-service trade association and we are proud to serve the adult entertainment industry.

If you are interested in attending the summit call FSC at 818-348-9373 for reservations or go to www.freespeechcoalition.com

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