SOP III — Identity Workshop

DESCRIPTION Workshop, 10am to 3pm. As we move from the two-dimensional, text-based “web world” to more interactive and immersive social cyberspaces designed for human interaction, we must address how we will promote and protect the development of robust, persistent on-line identity. Social cooperation in any medium depends on trust. We need signals of commitment to [...]

Advanced Cyberlaw Seminar

DESCRIPTION This seminar will explore the interaction between new technologies and current internet policy issues. Using case studies from today’s live policy debates, we will examine the policy and technology development processes, and the impact of new technologies and new decisionmakers on public policy, individual rights, and the marketplace — and the complex relationships among [...]

Cyberlaw

DESCRIPTION Basic cyberlaw class. SYLLABUS Here. REQUIREMENTS Class participation; final open-book four-hour exam. LINKS Official supplement. Crawford supplement. N.D. Ill. trespass case. CDT v. Pappert decision. Yahoo! 9th Circuit decision. The ICANN Experiment. Biology of the Broadcast Flag. CDT broadcast flag primer. DC Circuit broadcast flag opinion. CDT roadmap for legislation. Primer on DRM. COPA [...]

Property

  DESCRIPTION Basic property course. SYLLABUS Fall 2005: Oct. 28-Nov. 11. Nov. 14-Nov. 23. Dec. 5-Dec. 9. There will be makeup classes scheduled from noon to 1 in Room 423 on the following days: Wed. 11/2; Wed. 11/9; Wed. 11/16; Wed. 11/23.The class will not meet on the following days: Fri. 10/28; Mon. 11/28; Tues. [...]

Solving Problems Using Technology (Spring 2012 @ Harvard Kennedy School)

(Spring 2012 @ Harvard Kennedy School) DESCRIPTION Inside and outside government, digital technology has changed the way governance is perceived and delivered.Traditional good government advocates are pressing for more effective release and availability of government data so as to forward accountability and transparency. That same data can be used by entrepreneurs to launch private businesses [...]

SOP III — Identity Workshop

DESCRIPTION Workshop, 10am to 3pm. Oct. 7. 2005 As we move from the two-dimensional, text-based “web world” to more interactive and immersive social cyberspaces designed for human interaction, we must address how we will promote and protect the development of robust, persistent on-line identity. Social cooperation in any medium depends on trust. We need signals [...]