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Welcome to Difficult Problems in Cyberlaw, a January course taught by Professor Jonathan Zittrain, co-hosted by Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School.
  
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If you are a student, please see [[Course Logistics]]. All regular class meetings will be at '''Stanford Law School Classroom 272'''.  
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==WEEK ONE: Theory and Problems==
  
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<center> '''Monday, January 3th: 5pm to 7pm''' </center>
  
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:Professor Zittrain will give a lecture on the technological workings of the Internet. 
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:There will be time made for brief student introductions.
  
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''Required Readings For Class'':
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*Read [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wlyLMWKKY2WD51h6oU-xcR_vAVRaQPprAaKnu6NopzI/edit?hl=en&authkey=CN6RnL4C/ Brief Angry Statements of Confusion: How the Internet is Covered]
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*Read Chapter 2 of <span style="font-variant:small-caps">[http://yupnet.org/zittrain/archives/10/ The Future of the Internet: And How to Stop It]</span>
  
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''Recommended Readings'':
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*Salzter, et al [http://web.mit.edu/Saltzer/www/publications/endtoend/endtoend.pdf/ End-to-End Arguments in System Design]
  
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<center> '''After Class Reception! 7pm to 8:30pm''' </center>
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:Please join us for a celebratory first-day-of-class reception, directly after class.
  
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<center> '''Tuesday, January 4th: 11:30am to 1:30pm''' </center>
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:Privacy and Technological Points of Control
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'''Guests'''
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*Fred von Lohman [http://w2.eff.org/about/staff/fred_von_lohmann.html/ EFF]
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*Dean Hachamovitch [http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/exec/Hachamovitch/  Microsoft]
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''Required Readings for Class'':
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*Read Zittrain's [http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=388860 Internet Points of Control]
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*Read [http://news.cnet.com/Supreme-Court-rules-against-file-swapping/2100-1030_3-5764135.html “Supreme Court rules against file swapping”] (June 2005)
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*Read [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/12/07/internet_explorer_do_not_track/ “Microsoft unveils 'do not track' option for IE9”] (December 7 2010)
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<center> '''Wednesday, January 5th: 5pm to 7pm'''</center>
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:Cybersecurity and Diplomatic Transparency
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'''Guests'''
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*Ben Scott [http://www.state.gov State Department]
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''Required Readings for Class''
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*Read Clark and Landau's [http://docs.google.com/document/d/1xT-j_mLv6wXppsa8p5YP0r6mDWQakq5qS-2kBt8STcs/edit?hl=en&authkey=CNek64YG/  Untangling Attribution] (sections in italics are recommended, not required)
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*Read Zuckerman's [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/sites/cyber.law.harvard.edu/files/2010_DDoS_Attacks_Human_Rights_and_Media.pdf  Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Against Independent Media and Human Rights Sites] (pp 48 through 58 required; pp 8-25 recommended for technical background)
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*Read Zittrain and Sauter's [http://futureoftheinternet.org/wikileaks-cable-faq  Wikileaks FAQ]
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*Read Clinton's [http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/01/21/internet_freedom?page=full Internet Freedom] (January 21, 2010)
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*Read The New York Times's [http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/23/world/middleeast/23response.html Defense Department's Response to Iraq War Logs] (October 22, 2010)
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*Read The Wall Street Journal [http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704694004576019944121568506.html?mod=rss_whats_news_us Air Force Blocks Media Sites] (December 14, 2010)
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*Read Roy Revie's [http://pulsemedia.org/2010/12/08/wikileaks-and-21st-century-statecraft/ Wikileaks and 21st Century Statecraft]
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<center> '''Thursday, January 6th: 11:30am to 1:30pm'''</center>
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:Privacy and Reputation
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'''Guests'''
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*Peter Kazanjy [http://www.honestly.com/ Honestly.com]
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''Required Readings for Class''
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*Read Chapter 9 of Zittrain's <span style="font-variant:small-caps">[http://futureoftheinternet.org/static/ZittrainTheFutureoftheInternet.pdf The Future of the Internet: And How to Stop It]</span> (pp 200-221, 225-231 required)
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*Read Chapter 8 of Solove's <span style="font-variant:small-caps">[http://docs.law.gwu.edu/facweb/dsolove/Future-of-Reputation/text/futureofreputation-ch8.pdf The Future of Reputation]</span>
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*Read Craig Newmark's [http://www.cnewmark.com/2010/04/trust-and-reputation-systems-redistributing-power-and-influence.html/  Trust and reputation systems: redistributing power and influence]
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*Read Evlyn Rusli [http://techcrunch.com/2010/10/19/unvarnished-honestly-kazanjy-funding  Unvarnished Becomes Honestly.com, Raises $1.2 Million And Opens The Floodgates] (October 19, 2010)
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''Recommended for Class''
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*Attendance at Zittrain's  [http://liberationtechnology.stanford.edu/events/minds_for_sale_1_6_2011/  Minds for Sale] lecture is highly recommended. (4:30pm to 6:00pm, Wallenberg Theater)
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<center> '''Friday, January 7th: 9:30am to 11:30am'''</center>
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:Crowdsourcing and The Four Quadrants
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'''Guests'''
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*SpamGirl, admin of [http://turkers.proboards.com/index.cgi  Turker Nation] forums
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*Lukas Biewald, [http://crowdflower.com Crowdflower]
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''Required Readings for Class''
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*Explore [http://turkers.proboards.com/index.cgi  Turker Nation] forums.
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*Explore Panos Ipeirotis's [http://behind-the-enemy-lines.blogspot.com  research blog]
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*Read [http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/difficultproblems/Class_3 Cloudwork Best Practices]
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*Read Zittrain's [http://fordhamlawreview.org/assets/pdfs/Vol_78/Zittrain_Vol_78_May.pdf  The Four Quadrants]
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''Recommended for Class''
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*Though class will run into this event, if you can make it after class, it should be really interesting: [http://www.techamerica.org/nstic/ National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace] (11 AM - 12 PM)
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==WEEK TWO: Analysis through the Four Quadrants==
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<center> '''Monday, January 10th: 6pm to 8pm''' </center>
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:Government Regulation/Corporate Monopolies (Quadrant One)
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:Review of groups' work thus far 
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:Discussion and lecture of Professor Zittrain's "The Four Quadrants."
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''Required Readings For Class'':
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*Read sections of Wu and Goldsmith's <span style="font-variant:small-caps">Who Controls the Internet</span>
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''Recommended Readings'':
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*Review Zittrain's [http://fordhamlawreview.org/assets/pdfs/Vol_78/Zittrain_Vol_78_May.pdf  The Four Quadrants]
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<center> '''Tuesday, January 11th: 11:30am to 1:30pm'''</center>
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:(Corporate) Self-Regulation (Quadrant Two)
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'''Guests'''
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*Andrew McLaughlin http://twitter.com/mcandrew
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*Charlie Cheever of [http://www.quora.com/Charlie-Cheever Quora]
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*Steven Lurie and Jay Monahan of [http://www.zynga.com Zynga]
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''Required Reading for Class''
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*Read Grimmelmann and Ohm's [http://works.bepress.com/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1032&context=james_grimmelmann Dr. Generative]
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''Field Trip!''
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*to [http://www.mozilla.org Mozilla]!
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<center> '''Wednesday, January 12th: 5pm to 7pm''' </center>
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:Cyberanarchy! (Quadrant Three)
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'''Guests'''
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*[http://joindiaspora.com Diaspora]
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*Steven Levy, author of [http://www.amazon.com/Hackers-Computer-Revolution-Steven-Levy/dp/0141000511 Hackers] and journalist at Wired
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'''Required Reading for Class'''
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*Watch Coleman's [http://turbulence.org/blog/2010/04/13/free-speech-anonymous-vs-scientology  Old and New Net Wars Over Free Speech and Secrecy or How to Understand the Lulz Battle Against the Church of Scientology] (about an hour of video altogether)
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'''Field Trip!'''
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*Reception at [http://www.augustcap.com/ August Capital] with [http://www.augustcap.com/team/david_hornik/ David Hornik]
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<center> '''Thursday, January 13th: 11:30am to 1:30pm''' </center>
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:Communitarian (Quadrant Four)
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'''Required Reading for Class'''
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*Read Chapter 5 fro Joseph Reagle's <span style="font-variant:small-caps">[http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=1zjQTDbNrS6G-n5FnQY0ngNIp3Iw3d1-A4h5BMlSLXOxG8mlyC5OqZq0494Ao&hl=en&authkey=CMHpiPoC Good Faith Collaboration]</span>
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*Read pp  127-148 of Professor Zittrain's  <span style="font-variant:small-caps"> [http://futureoftheinternet.org/static/ZittrainTheFutureoftheInternet.pdf The Future of the Internet]</span>
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'''Field Trip!'''
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*to [http://www.wikimedia.org Wikimedia]
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*and [http://twitter.com Twitter]!
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[[Pharos]]
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'''Winter class: Please disregard the below links for now.'''
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[[Class Schedule]]
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[[Class Notes]]
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[[Topic Sign-up!]]
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[[CrowdConf Brainstorm page]]
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[[New Difficult Topics]]

Latest revision as of 05:47, 13 August 2020

Welcome to Difficult Problems in Cyberlaw, a January course taught by Professor Jonathan Zittrain, co-hosted by Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School.

If you are a student, please see Course Logistics. All regular class meetings will be at Stanford Law School Classroom 272.

This map site has a map of the Bay Area, Stanford campus, and visitor parking at Stanford.


WEEK ONE: Theory and Problems

Monday, January 3th: 5pm to 7pm
Professor Zittrain will give a lecture on the technological workings of the Internet.
There will be time made for brief student introductions.

Required Readings For Class:

Recommended Readings:

After Class Reception! 7pm to 8:30pm
Please join us for a celebratory first-day-of-class reception, directly after class.

Tuesday, January 4th: 11:30am to 1:30pm
Privacy and Technological Points of Control

Guests

Required Readings for Class:


Wednesday, January 5th: 5pm to 7pm
Cybersecurity and Diplomatic Transparency

Guests

Required Readings for Class


Thursday, January 6th: 11:30am to 1:30pm
Privacy and Reputation

Guests

Required Readings for Class

Recommended for Class

  • Attendance at Zittrain's Minds for Sale lecture is highly recommended. (4:30pm to 6:00pm, Wallenberg Theater)

Friday, January 7th: 9:30am to 11:30am
Crowdsourcing and The Four Quadrants

Guests

Required Readings for Class

Recommended for Class


WEEK TWO: Analysis through the Four Quadrants

Monday, January 10th: 6pm to 8pm
Government Regulation/Corporate Monopolies (Quadrant One)
Review of groups' work thus far
Discussion and lecture of Professor Zittrain's "The Four Quadrants."

Required Readings For Class:

  • Read sections of Wu and Goldsmith's Who Controls the Internet

Recommended Readings:


Tuesday, January 11th: 11:30am to 1:30pm
(Corporate) Self-Regulation (Quadrant Two)

Guests

Required Reading for Class

Field Trip!



Wednesday, January 12th: 5pm to 7pm
Cyberanarchy! (Quadrant Three)

Guests

Required Reading for Class

Field Trip!


Thursday, January 13th: 11:30am to 1:30pm
Communitarian (Quadrant Four)

Required Reading for Class

Field Trip!


Pharos

Winter class: Please disregard the below links for now.

Class Schedule

Class Notes

Topic Sign-up!

CrowdConf Brainstorm page

New Difficult Topics