Cyberlaw 2.0: Legal Challenges of an Evolving Internet
by DePaul University, College of Law
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Cyberlaw 2.0: Legal Challenges of an Evolving Internet brings together a group of distinguished scholars to contemplate the ramifications of new internet technologies and the changing role of the internet in society. These developments bring, as technological advances often do, both opportunities and risks. Correspondingly, cyberlaw doctrine now confronts challenges resulting from the increasing importance of social networking applications and cloud computing, the drive toward “personalization” of search, advertising, and other internet experiences, and, as life is lived more and more online, the related threats to private life caused by the potential to store more and more complete records of individuals’ experiences. Our speakers will explore the ways in which Web 2.0 and beyond affects a wide spectrum of legal issues, ranging from privacy and freedom of expression through intellectual property.
|1||CleanVideoSession 1: Characterizing Online Privacy||"Mapping Online Privacy" by Jacqueline D. Lipton, "The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age" by Viktor Mayer-Schonberger and "Whose Stuff Is It Anyway? The Shift from Owning to 'Accessing' in the Digital Age" by Cindy Cohn||11/13/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoSession 2: New Challenges to Privacy||"Good Fences Make Good Networks? The Growing Challenge of Online Obstinacy and Unauthorized Access in Social Networks" by Jason Schultz, "Broken Promises of Privacy: Responding to the Surprising Failure of Data Anonymization" by Paul Ohm and "Genetic Info||11/13/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||Video12th Annual Niro Scavone Haller & Niro Distinguished IP Lecture||Irrelevant Confusion, keynote address||11/13/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoSession 3: Regulating Cyberspace||"Regulating Reputation Systems" by Eric Goldman, "Does Law Matter? Informational Privacy and Online Compliance" by Michael Birnhack and "Reframing Privacy: Regulators, Firms and the New American Metric" by Jason Schultz||11/15/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoSession 4: Constitutional dimensions of Cyberspace||"Privacy at Risk" by Chris Slobogin, "Law's Expressive Value in combating Cyber Gernder Harrassment" by Danielle Keats Citron and "Your Speech Is as Free as Your ISP Wants It to Be: Intermediaries and Free Speech Online" by Cindy Cohn||11/15/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoSession 5: Tackling Intellectural Property Law in Cyberspace||"Key word Advertising After the Rescuecom v. Google Decision" by Rose Hagan, "Copies, confusion and Counterfeits in Cyberspace" by Ann M. Bartow, "Patent Law's Unpredictability Doctrine and the Software Arts" by Greg Vetter, "Property Altlaws and Property||11/18/09||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoSession 6: Junior Privacy Scholars Workshop||"Trade Secrecy as an Instrument of National Security? Rethinking the Foundations of Economic Espionage" by Aaron Burstein, "Visceral Notice" by Ryan Calo and "The Evolution of DNA Databases: Expansion, Familial Search, and the Need for Reform" by Michael||11/15/09||Free||View In iTunes|