This Conference is cordially hosted by Stanford Law School and Peking University, and is sponsored by Tencent, China’s largest Internet company and one of the largest worldwide, and Microsoft, the largest software maker in the world. The main organizers include the China Guiding Cases Project, the Stanford Program in Law, Science, & Technology, the China Law and Policy Association, and the Stanford Law School Programs.
Stanford Law School looks forward to building upon the great success of last year’s Conference on Internet Law and Public Policy at Peking University in providing a venue for sophisticated discussions of cutting-edge internet-related legal issues affecting companies and individuals in the United States, China, and worldwide. This year’s Conference will feature panels on Internet Antitrust Policy, Privacy, Intermediary Copyright Liability, Virtual Items, and Patent Litigation.
For more information and to register visit: http://blogs.law.stanford.edu/ilpp2013/