The Law of Web 2.0

I'm on a panel at the upcoming Community 2.0 conference in Las Vegas on legal issues for business "communities" -- sort of corporate use of Web 2.0 technologies -- with blawger Denise Howell. In advance of that conference, Denise and I will be hosting a public conference call on Monday, February 26 beginning at 1:00 p.m. PST [4 p.m. EST], and we'd love your participation to help us hone in on the ownership considerations (IP; attention; identity), and issues of governance and liability, most critical to the creation, maintenance, and long-term health of business communities. The call will be recorded and made available as a podcast from The Future of Communities blog. You can join us as follows:

From Skype: +990008275785861

From a regular phone (long distance costs apply):
US: 1-605-475-8590

In Europe, call:
Germany 01805 00 7620
UK 0870 738 0763

The Conference Room Number: 5785861

(Cross-posted to


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