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Poorna MysoorPoorna Mysoor, Leverhulme Trust early career fellow at the University of Oxford Faculty of Law, will discuss “Internet, Right of Communication to the Public, and Implied Licence,” Wednesday at Windsor Law.

Lecture to explore issue of implied licence

A lecture Wednesday, Oct. 2, will explore whether the flexibilities in the doctrine of implied licence can be pressed into service to make sense of the right of communication to the public.

Poorna Mysoor of the University of Oxford Faculty of Law will deliver “Internet, Right of Communication to the Public, and Implied Licence” at noon in the Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law Building’s Farmer Conference Room.

Her presentation explores the extent to which implied licences can deal with the access to infringing content on the Internet in a way that brings about a better balance among the interests of various stakeholders.

The host Windsor Law LTEC Lab will provide lunch, but space is limited. Register at www.uwindsor.ca/law/poorna-mysoor.

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