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LABEL/BOUNTY SPAM LEGISLATION

Monday April 28, 2003
1:00-2:00 PM
Room 290
Stanford Law School
Open to All!
Background:

September 16, 2002
Imagine a law that had two parts—a labeling part and a bounty part. Part A says that any unsolicited commercial e-mail must include in its subject line the tag [ADV:]. Part B says that the first person to track down a spammer violating the labeling requirement will, upon providing proof to the Federal Trade Commission, be entitled to $10,000 to be paid by the spammer.”
–Larry Lessig CIO Insight Magazine

Will Professor Lessig be Forced to Resign?

Come Find Out!

LABEL/BOUNTY SPAM LEGISLATION

with

Representative Zoe Lofgren
Professor Lawrence Lessig
CNET Reporter Declan McCullagh

Monday April 28, 2003
1:00-2:00 PM
Room 290
Stanford Law School
Open to All!

Background:

Rick Alber

Rick Alber practiced law briefly in San Francisco before embarking on a Silicon Valley tech career. He will recount how he applied his business and law school training and legal knowledge in several software startup organizations, including Ansa, Borland and Slate. Rick will also discuss issues he believes will become important in the near future and describe some of the opportunities he sees for young attorneys, MBAs, and entrepreneurs interested in the tech world. Tuesday, April 22, 2003
4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Room 80 (Moot Courtroom)
Stanford Law School

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