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.
Internet platforms like Facebook and Twitter play an ever-increasing role in our lives, and mediate our personal and public communications. What laws govern their choices about our speech? Come discuss the law of platforms and online free expression with CIS Intermediary Liability Director Daphne Keller.
Since its start in 2001, the SF ISACA Fall Conference continues to be the premier education event for information technology audit, security, governance, risk and compliance professionals in Northern California. The SF ISACA Fall conference features five tracks packed with top flight speakers and cutting edge topics. CIS's Riana Pfefferkorn and Ryan Singel will be speaking at the event.
For more information visit the conference website.
New software tools use artificial intelligence to create realistic-looking but fake videos of real people seeming to say and do things they never did. These so-called "deepfakes" will soon cause a number of problems for the courts, particularly when it comes to authenticating evidence in litigation. They may even undermine the justice system by eroding juries' belief in the knowability of what is real. Come discuss the implications of deepfakes for trial practice with CIS Cryptography Fellow Riana Pfefferkorn.
Interested in working in public interest technology law and policy? Want to find out what you can do now to build a career in this growing area? Join the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and the Levin Center to discuss the broad range of available options and how to identify and evaluate prospective employers, plus how to make the most of your time at SLS to position yourself for the future.
RSVP is required this free event.
What is the most secret docket in America? (Hint: it's not the FISA Court.) Have your cell phone records and email accounts been searched by law enforcement, and how would you know if they did? Come discuss the troubling answers to these questions with retired federal judge Stephen Wm. Smith, now CIS Director, Fourth Amendment & Open Courts.