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Meeting of the Stanford Intermediary Liability Lab with Eric Goldman

The next meeting of the Stanford Intermediary Liability Lab (SILLab) will take place on Thursday, January 16 at 4pm in Room 230 at Stanford Law School.
 
Professor Eric Goldman from Santa Clara Law School will join us for an informal discussion about intermediary liability. Professor Goldman is one of the major intermediary liability experts in the US and runs a well known blog dedicated to intermediary liability and Internet law at http://blog.ericgoldman.org.
 
As usual, the SILLab will also be an opportunity to discuss intermediary liability news worldwide and coordinate the World Intermediary Liability Map (WILMap) project. 
 
I look forward to meeting you on Thursday.
 
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The SILLab is a project of the new intermediary liability focus area of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School.
 
The SILLab serves the goal of allowing the SLS community to share knowledge on intermediary liability related issues, contribute to the creation of an online Intermediary Liability Map, organize conferences and workshops, write blog posts and papers, and reach out to the leading communications intermediaries and other platforms to find ways to work together to promote free speech and innovation on line. The SILLab will organize bimonthly meetings to achieve these goals. We have set up a mailing list and a Facebook group to facilitate group interaction. If you are interested in participating to the activities of the SILLab, please join our Facebook group, provide us with your email address to be included in the mailing list and come to our meetings!
 
Please email Giancarlo at gcfrosio@law.stanford.edu for any additional information. A lengthier explanation of the SILLab's activities can be found here. Join us and get involved with the SILLab!

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