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The New Frontiers of Privacy Harm (Past Event)

January 17, 2014
University of Colorado Law School

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What harms are privacy laws designed to prevent? How are people injured when corporations, governments, or other individuals collect, disclose, or use information about them in ways that defy expectations, prior agreements, formal rules, or settled norms? How has technology changed the nature of privacy harm? Read more » about The New Frontiers of Privacy Harm

Surveillance Along the Electronic Silk Road: China and the United States (Past Event)

January 28, 2014
Stanford Law School

Fears of surveillance across borders are driving nations to cut off their countries with Berlin Walls for data, threatening to break apart the World Wide Web. While many have critiqued the laws governing surveillance of Americans by the United States, little attention has been paid to the laws governing surveillance by the United States abroad. How will surveillance affect the Internet enterprises of China and the United States? How does mass surveillance undermine the promise of the Electronic Silk Road? Read more » about Surveillance Along the Electronic Silk Road: China and the United States

Strategy TNT: Margaret Hagan — Legal Design (Past Event)

January 28, 2014
Makeshift Society

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Strategy TNT: Margaret Hagan

Law is an area that's largely untouched by creative thinking & good design. But there's huge potential here -- to use design to make the legal system more empowering, and to make people more in control of their legal situation. Read more » about Strategy TNT: Margaret Hagan — Legal Design

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