The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.
Jennifer Granick is quoted in this San Jose Mercury News article on wireless security, Warchalking hype raises wireless-security consciousness. Read more » about SJ Mercury: Warchalking hype raises wireless-security consciousness
Justin Hall studies and writes about digital culture. Called a "journalist of the future" for his early active publishing on the world wide web, Hall has translated an enthusiasm for participatory technology into a career studying social engagement with electronic media. Whether reporting on a Klingon Beauty Pageant from the DragonCon game convention or updating the web wirelessly from a snow festival in rural Japan, Hall is widely travelled both online and offline. Read more » about Justin Hall
Jane Pinckard studies the intersections of international digital youth culture. Her graduate work in Japanese history at the University of California, Berkeley, informs her examination of the emergence of home video consoles and the exchange of fashion and media across the Pacific Ocean. To date her research and articles have appeared in edge publications like Bust, Mindjack, TheFeature, and Read Satellite. Read more » about Jane Pinckard
This talk will present a roadmap of emerging legal problems in the area of Digital Rights Management (DRM) that are less frequently discussed in legal and policy circles. The talk will cover issues such as Read more » about Stefan Bechtold