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The Commissioner will discuss the issues related to online privacy and the FTC's role in the area of online privacy, including the Commission's law enforcement activities, the agency's recommendation that Congress enact privacy legislation, and the Financial Modernization Act. The Commissioner will also address the status of privacy legislation and what such legislation might look like. Read more about Mozelle Thompson
A discussion around copyright law, royalty collection in the digital realm, the protection of coprighted work through encryption and watermarking, and the use of legislation and lawsuits to protect established business models. Presentation by Jenny Toomey of Future of Music Coalition. Read more about The Future of Music Coalition
Audio Interview with Jennifer Granick, SecurityFocus.com, October 11, 2001
An interview with Jennifer Granick, a criminal defense attorney in San Francisco who many consider one of the top legal experts on hacking and cyberlaw. Topics include digital evidence preservation, the law and security. Read more about Audio Intervew
This talk will discuss the ways we limit the range of discussion of policy choices by invoking the term "intellectual property." It will argue that we should discard the phrase and instead focus our discussion on the specific legal areas. We should discuss copyright, patent, and trademark issues as matters of policy, not property. Read more about Siva Vaidhyanathan