Professor Annemarie Bridy presented in mid-April at "IP in All the New Places," a conference hosted by the Texas A&M School of Law. Her presentation, Policing Copyrights in the New gTLDs, was on a privately ordered regime for online copyright enforcement that operates within the Internet's addressing system, the Domain Name System (DNS).  The DNS was recently expanded to add hundreds of new generic top-level domains (e.g., .movie, .wine, .computer) to the more familiar group of existing gTLDs, including .com, .edu, .gov, and .net.