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The Enemies Of Innovation

"[Lessig pulls] off a difficult trick -- he's written a book largely about the arcana of Internet protocols and intellectual property laws, and he's made it engaging and even enjoyable. He also helps readers understand what the insiders already know: How we deal with these issues matters."

The Enemies Of Innovation, Kurt Kleiner, National Journal Group Inc., Monday, April 29, 2002 Read more » about The Enemies Of Innovation

Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS) Panel

Panelists:
Stefan Bechtold – "Regulation of Namespaces"
Yuko Noguchi – "Private Copyright Management by Contracts – Comparative Study of US and Japan"
Carola Vasquez – "Regulation of Domain Names: Using Market Forces to Govern a Flawed System"Monday, April 8, 2002
12:30-2:00 p.m.
Room 80 (Moot Courtroom)
Stanford Law School Read more » about Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS) Panel

Edward Felten (II)

"Freedom to Tinker" is the freedom to understand, repair, and improve the technological devices you own. This freedom, which has been eroded by recent changes in markets and the law, is the organizing principle behind an increasing political and legal awareness among technologists. In this talk, Professor Felten will outline the ideas behind the freedom to tinker movement, using examples drawn from the current battles over copy protection. Read more » about Edward Felten (II)

Henry Carter

Should a publicly-traded company be required to have a chief compliance officer in the post-Enron environment? Henry Carter will also discuss issues related to ethics in the corporate environment with a focus on marketing.Tuesday, March 19, 2002
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room 80 (Moot Courtroom)
Stanford Law School

All welcome. Lunch will be provided. Read more » about Henry Carter

Chilling Effects

You may also be interested in the Chilling Effects effort, a joint project between the Center for Internet & Society, Electronic Frontier Foundation, as well as with colleagues at the law schools of the University of California at Berkeley and the University of San Francisco. Read more » about Chilling Effects

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