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.
From Copyright to Information Law - Implications of Digital Rights Management. In: Sander (ed.), Security and Privacy in Digital Rights Management (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 2320), Berlin, 2002, pp. 213-232.
Lauren Gelman is the Associate Director of Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society (CIS), where she writes and speaks about the interaction of new technologies and the law, represents clients in Internet litigation and advocacy matters, consults with businesses on new technologies, and supervises students in the Cyberlaw Clinic. She also teaches Law, Technology and Privacy at the Law School and is an Adjunct Lecturer in Stanford's School of Engineering.
Jennifer Stisa Granick joined Stanford Law School in January 2001, as Lecturer in Law and Executive Director of the Center for Internet and Society (CIS). She teaches, speaks and writes on the full spectrum of Internet law issues including computer crime and security, national security, constitutional rights, and electronic surveillance, areas in which her expertise is recognized nationally.
Today's SecurityFocus has a column by Mark Rasch about the criminal prosecution and conviction of CIS client Bret McDanel for disclosing a security vulnerability in his former employer's e-mail service. CIS's Jennifer Granick is representing Mr. McDanel in his appeal in the Ninth Circuit.