Brian Wassom (Warner Norcross + Judd) on Creative Expression, Property Rights, and Video Game Violence in the AR Age
Brian Wassom is a commercial and intellectual property lawyer focused on creative expression, commercial identity and privacy. He is a partner at Warner Norcross + Judd, and he’s become a recognized thought leader in the legal issues raised by augmented reality. Brian is both an accomplished litigator at the state and federal levels, and a frequent speaker and writer. He wrote the book on AR law called Augmented Reality Law, Privacy, and Ethics (link below).
Brian is a big and early supporter of the AWE conference and AugmentedReality.org, where he serves as secretary and culture chair.
In this conversation, Brian and I explore several topics and scenarios in the use of AR that may be affected by the law, including:
- creative expression,
- property rights,
- and video game violence.
This is a really fun and interesting conversation, and I think you’ll really enjoy it.
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