March 2013

Sean Flaim on the private enforcement of copyrights

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Sean Flaim, an attorney focusing on antitrust, intellectual property, cyberlaw, and privacy, discusses his new paper “Copyright Conspiracy: How the New Copyright Alert System May Violate the Sherman Act,” recently published in the New York University Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law.

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Susan Brenner on cybersecurity and bureaucracy

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Susan W. Brenner, associate dean and professor of law at the University of Dayton School of Law, ┬ádiscusses her new paper published in the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology entitled “Cyber-threats and the Limits of Bureaucratic Control.”

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Marvin Ammori on Internet freedom

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Marvin Ammori, a fellow at the New American Foundation and author of the new book “On Internet Freedom,” explains his view of how the First Amendment applies the Internet through the lens of constitutional law and real world case studies.

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Joe Karaganis on public attitudes toward piracy

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Joe Karaganis, vice president at the American Assembly at Columbia University, discusses the relationship between digital convergence and cultural production in the realm of online piracy.

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