Cyberlaw 2.0: Legal Challenges of an Evolving Internet
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The videos from the 9th Annual CIPLIT Symposium and 12th Annual Niro Lecture have been posted within the Symposium Program section. Click on the title of each panel to be directed to the podcast.
October 15-16, 2009
DePaul University College of Law
1 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL
Cyberlaw 2.0: Legal Challenges of an Evolving Internet brings together a group of distinguished scholars to contemplate the ramifications of new internet technologies and the changing role of the internet in society. These developments bring, as technological advances often do, both opportunities and risks. Correspondingly, cyberlaw doctrine now confronts challenges resulting from the increasing importance of social networking applications and cloud computing, the drive toward “personalization” of search, advertising, and other internet experiences, and, as life is lived more and more online, the related threats to private life caused by the potential to store more and more complete records of individuals’ experiences. Our speakers will explore the ways in which Web 2.0 and beyond affects a wide spectrum of legal issues, ranging from privacy and freedom of expression through intellectual property.
The Symposium will be hosted by the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology (CIPLIT) of DePaul University College of Law.
DePaul University College of Law is an accredited Illinois MCLE provider. This program had been approved for 11 hours of CLE credit. Credit is also available for attending only the Niro Lecture.
The 12th Annual Niro Distinguished Intellectual Property Lecture and Luncheon is sponsored by Niro, Scavone, Haller & Niro. It will be held on October 15, 2009 in conjunction with the Symposium. This year the lecture will be given by Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School’s William H. Neukom Professor of Law.
To read an article published in the Daily Law Bulletin about the conference, please click here.