Stanford Information Law Symposium

Stanford Information Law Symposium

Summary: Though it could scarcely be more cumbersomely named — the Transatlantic Information Law Symposium — this upcoming (and free) program at Stanford Law School looks excellent, featuring such big thinkers as Mark Lemley and Stefan Bechtold, and such big topics as privacy, free speech, the future of Internet regulation, and one that looks particularly intriguing from the standpoint of social media and attention: property vs. contract to govern online behavior.

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Stanford Information Law Symposium

Though it could scarcely be more cumbersomely named — the Transatlantic Information Law Symposium — this upcoming (and free) program at Stanford Law School looks excellent, featuring such big thinkers as Mark Lemley and Stefan Bechtold, and such big topics as privacy, free speech, the future of Internet regulation, and one that looks particularly intriguing from the standpoint of social media and attention: property vs. contract to govern online behavior. I'd like to go, though the timing's not great for me; if you're going, blog the wealth.

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Topics: Government US, Browser, Government

Denise Howell

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Denise Howell is an appellate, intellectual property and technology lawyer who enjoys broad industry recognition for her expertise on the intersection of emerging technologies and law.

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  • Off topic, but...

    ...still waiting for the report on how you utilise your iPhone for business.
    Scrat
    • thanks for the reminder!

      Don't know how I lived without it. Ok, one of these days I'll really do a post describing why. (Did you see Tom Goldstein's video I linked to in Dec.?)
      Denise Howell