Professor Annemarie Bridy was an invited panelist this week at the Michigan State University Law Review's 2014 Symposium, "Public Domain(s): Law, Generating Knowledge, and Furthering Innovation in the Information Economy."  She presented on the aftermath and implications of the United States Supreme Court's decision last term in ABC v. Aereo, a case involving copyrights in television programming and the secondary transmission of over-the-air TV broadcast signals via the Internet. The symposium, which featured panels on intellectual property and telecommunications law and policy, explored the complicated relationship between legal regulation, innovation, and access to information.