NYU Colloquium on Information Technology & Society Spring 2007 Schedule

The spring 2007 schedule for the Information Law Institute (NYU Law School) Colloquium on Information Technology & Society has been announced. I’m excited about the opportunity to moderate the panel on “A Discussion about Privacy in Web-Search” featuring Ramsey Homsany, Senior Counsel at Google.

Friday February 16, 12:30-2PM
“Are Creative Commons Licenses Forever?”
Professor Tony Reese
University of Texas at Austin

Monday March 19, 8-9:30PM
** A public lecture co-sponsored with the ILI Student Association **
“The Empire & the iPhone: ‘Technology Platforms,’ the Commons, and the
Way We Live Now”
Professor Eben Moglen
Columbia Law and Software Freedom Law Center

Friday March 30, 12:30-2PM
“A Discussion about Privacy in Web-Search”
Ramsey Homsany, Senior Counsel, Google
Daniel Howe, PhD Candidate, Computer Science, NYU
Helen Nissenbaum, Culture & Communication and ILI, NYU
Moderator: Michael Zimmer, Ph.D. Candidate, NYU

Friday April 13, 12:30-2PM
Title TBA
Professor Deirdre Mulligan,
UC Berkeley and Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic

Check the website for more details as the dates approach. If you want to subscribe to the mailing list, contact me.

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