Workshop for Information Technology Law
What is the nature of the relationship between law and technology? Can the law regulate technology, and if so, how? The workshop will discuss this over-arching question, by discussion of works in progress relating to intellectual property, information law and media law. Our guests come from various disciplines, including law, media studies, sociology, computer science, and political science. Papers for the Fall 2009 workshop include discussions of digital preservation, transparency of filtering rules, the ISP market, e-elections, phishing, innovation, the role of the radio in the Eichmann trial, donation of reproductive tissue, online national borders and the impact of digital legal databases on family law.
The Workshop is organized by Prof. Michael Birnhack and Dr. Assaf Yaakov.