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Ross Anderson, Cryptography and Competition Policy - Issues with 'Trusted Computing', May 2003. Short version published in Proceedings of the 22nd annual symposium on Principles of distributed computing, 2003, pp. 3-10.
Thursday, May 1, 2003
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Room 80 (Moot Courtroom)
Free and Open to all!
About the Speaker
David Drummond became Google's vice president, Strategy and Business Development in 2002. In this role, Drummond works with the management team to evaluate and drive new strategic business opportunities, including strategic alliances and mergers and acquisitions. He also serves as Google' s general counsel.
Cyberlaw clinic students won an important ruling yesterday that the California Anti-SLAPP statute entitles anonymous defendants to file a Motion for Attorney's fees even if a plaintiff successfully uncovers their identity and then flees to another state with weak or no anti-SLAPP protections.
April 30, 2003-
Representatives of Commercial Broadcasters and Copyright Owners and Performers have advised the Library that they have reached an agreement on rates and terms for simultaneously webcasting their AM and FM radio broadcast programming. Their agreement will be proposed and published in the Federal Register soon.
The Bipartisan Commission on Internet Political Practices will continue its examination of the various issues posed by campaign activity on the Internet. The Commission’s Technology Subcommittee will conduct a hearing on the impact of advancing on-line technologies in the political process.
The hearing will be held in the Gold Lounge at the Stanford Faculty Club on Friday, May 2 from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm on the university campus on Lagunita Drive. (650-723-4325). Directions.