MIPCOM promotional materials regarding Sean’s speech:
As the popularity of second-screen apps and automated content recognition (ACR) grows, so do its legal and technical issues. Do these apps have the rights to use content from television programs? Who owns the digital fingerprints and who has the right to use them in conjunction with network programs? Who owns the second-screen experience and the relationship with the viewer? Our panel of experts will discuss the current law in the TV space and what the future holds.
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