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Fifth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Event

March 7, 2015

2015 Internet Law WIP List of Participants
Traveling to Santa Clara
2015 Internet Law WIP Call for Papers

“TRUCKIN’ DOWN THE INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY”

Use the hashtag #SCUHTLI

SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY (THIS WILL CHANGE!)

All rooms are located in the Benson Center, not the law school. The Mission Room is in the basement. The other rooms are on the first floor.

All talks are scheduled for 25 minutes, which includes both presentation and feedback time. We encourage you to talk for less than 15 minutes. Unless you instruct your timekeeper differently, your timekeeper will give you two sets of time advisories. The first set will count down 15 minutes of presentation time; the second set will count down to the end of the 25 minute session. WE WILL BE EXTREMELY STRICT ABOUT THE 25 MINUTE TIME LIMIT.

We’ve indicated which presentations have associated papers. We didn’t allocate any additional presentation time to those speakers, but we encourage you to read their papers in advance.

8:20 AM Shuttle leaves Beverly Heritage
8:30-9 AM Continental breakfast in Mission Room
9:00-9:05 AM Welcome in Mission Room
9:05-10:25 AM

Session #1

 

Analog to Digital
Benson Parlor B
Cybersecurity
Benson Parlor C
Content Scrubbing
Williman Room
Ahmed
Kumar (paper)
Lemley (paper)
Bloch-Wehba
Merrill
E. Lee (introduction)
Tehranian (paper)
Goldman
10:25 – 10:45 AM

Break #1 (refreshments in Mission Room)

10:45 AM – 12:30 PM Session #2

 

Transborder
Benson Parlor B
Creative Expression
Benson Parlor C
Intermediary Liability
Williman Room
Chander (paper)
Lerman (paper)
Trimble (paper)
Yu (paper)
Blitz
Flynn
Menell (paper)
Calboli
Falkenberg
Laidlaw
Lindroos (slides and abstract)
12:30 – 1:45 PM Lunch in Mission Room
During lunchtime, you can sign a card or record a video message to send well-wishes to Greg Lastowka if you want.
1:10 PM Optional campus tour
1:35 PM Group photo in Mission Room
1:45 – 3:05 PM Session #3

 

Patents
Benson Parlor B
Wires
Benson Parlor C
Consumers
Williman Room
Chen (paper)
Choi (paper)
Frye
Bridy
Hurwitz
Liebesman (paper)
Mik (paper)
Shehu (paper)
3:05 – 3:35 PM Break #2 (refreshments in Mission Room)
3:35 – 5:45 PM Session #4

 

Policy-Making
Benson Parlor B
Content Regulation
Benson Parlor C
Privacy
Williman Room
Crump
Fairfield
Frieden (paper)
Matwyshyn
Whitney (paper)
D. Bambauer
Gilden
Levendowski
Mangan
Penney
Lee/Liu (paper)
McReynolds
Silverman
Szoka
Waldman
5:45 – 6:00 PM Closing Remarks in Mission Room and move to Arts & Sciences Building foyer

GAME NIGHT!

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Source: Patent #US8029368 B2

“the Internet is not something that you just dump something on. It’s not a big truck. It’s a series of tubes.” – Sen. Ted Stevens, June 28, 2006

“the Internet is the most dangerous parking lot imaginable” – FBI Director James Comey, October 5, 2014

After we finish our official business, we will visit some big trucks in our parking lot, where we will enjoy a geek-themed dinner from Santa Clara University’s new food truck. After dinner, we’ll enjoy a game truck filled with all kinds of modern and old-school video games that we can play against each other. We can play other games during and after the game truck. Peter Menell has offered to lead a game of Settlers of Catan, and Sapna Kumar has offered to lead a game of Cards Against Humanity. We’ll probably have some other games available (I’ll bring my Carcassonne set), and feel free to bring youyr own games, too.

6:00 – 7:00 PM Dinner from the food truck
6:45 PM Shuttle #1 to Beverly Heritage
7:00 – 9:00 PM Game truck
7:00 to ??? Settlers of Catan, Cards Against Humanity, and other games in Arts & Sciences
9:00 PM Shuttle #2 to Beverly Heritage

Game nights have become legendary at this conference. Past events have included PowerPoint karaoke, Dungeons & Dragons and more. See, e.g., https://secure.flickr.com/photos/81901130@N03/sets/72157633737216641/. Although the details haven’t finalized, we expect we’ll have another game night to remember on March 7. Plan your travel schedule accordingly!

More Information

Contact Eric Goldman at egoldman@gmail.com with any questions or comments.

Past Events:

2014 Internet Law Works in Progress Event

2013 Internet Law Works in Progress Event

2011 Inaugural Internet Law Works in Progress Event

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    Fifth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Event

  • March 7, 2015