Tuesday, March 08, 2005

European iLaw program

The first European iLaw program will take place in Turin, Italy, on 25-27 May 2005 at the Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli; it will be organized in cooperation with the Berkman Center and will feature an intensive three-day schedule dedicated to the analysis of legal, economic, and technical issues related to the Internet and digital technologies in general. Five world-famous professors from the Harvard Law School, who will be joined by select Italian and European professors, will address topics such as:
  • the future of copyright on the Internet;
  • Intellectual property and software protection measures;
  • the architecture of the Internet;
  • cyberspace regulation: from peer-to-peer to wireless, digital contents and privacy.
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