13 February 1998
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 14:19:06 -0500 From: "Dan L. Burk" <BURKDANL@SHU.EDU> Subject: Internet Law Symposium To: CYBERIA-L@LISTSERV.AOL.COM Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal and The Institute For Continuing Legal Education Present Constitutional Issues Involving Use of the Internet Scheduled Speakers Professor Mark Alexander (Seton Hall School of Law) Professor Dan Burk (Seton Hall School of Law) Edward Cavazos (Interliant, Inc.) Professor Julie Cohen (University of Pittsburgh School of Law) Mark Eckenweiler (United States Department of Justice) Michael Godwin (Electronic Frontier Foundation) Robert Hamilton, Esq. (Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue) Leonard T. Nuara, Esq. (L. Nuara, PC) Richard L. Ravin, Esq. (Ravin, Sarasohn, Cook, Baumgarten, Fisch & Rosen, PC) Andrew Shapiro (Center for Internet & Society) Topics to be covered will include: Encryption and the freedom of fpeech Right to read anonymously Internet libel Jurisdiction and the Miller obscenity standard Software as speech Liability for third-party content on the Internet Applications of the Privacy Protection Act Overview of Internet issues, including trademark, trade secrets, and digital signatures The politics of the new media Why there is a First Amendment issue involving the Internet Date: Wednesday, March 11, 1998 9:30-4:30 Seton Hall School of Law One Newark Center Newark, NJ PLEASE NOTE: This program is being presented as a public service to the New Jersey bench and bar for only $40 advance registration. Seating is limited so please respond early to guarantee your seat. Lunch is included for paid registrants. Students may attend at no cost, however, lunch is NOT included. For registration information, please contact the New Jersey Institute For Continuing Legal Education at (732) 214-8500.