Difference between revisions of "New Difficult Topics"

From Identifying Difficult Problems in Cyberlaw
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Line 1: Line 1:
Anonymity
+
Anonymity & Crowdsourcing
*Rachel
+
 
*Guangyue
+
    * Rachel
 +
    * Guangyue  
 +
    * Dave
  
 
Online Identity and Reputation (Bankruptcy)
 
Online Identity and Reputation (Bankruptcy)
*Andrew
 
*David
 
*Zara
 
*Christine
 
*Jason
 
*Anna
 
*Rene
 
  
Right of Publicity in Digital Identities/ Moral Rights to one's created digital identity
+
GROUP ONE
 +
 
 +
    * Andrew
 +
    * David
 +
    * Zara
 +
 
 +
GROUP TWO
 +
 
 +
    * Christine
 +
    * Jason
 +
    * Anna
 +
    * Rene
  
Death and Digital Property
+
Cyber-security (and international law/aspects)
  
Speech and Censorship (from an intermediary liability pov)
+
GROUP ONE
  
Liability for Security Breaches
+
    * Davis
 +
    * Julia
 +
    * Heather
  
Net Neutrality
+
GROUP TWO
  
De-humanization of Online Transactions (with implications to UI design)
+
    * Ryan
 +
    * Tim
 +
    * Flavio
  
Cyber-security (and international law/aspects)
+
"Decentralized" digital newsmedia/Wikileaks
  
*Davis
+
GROUP ONE
*Julia
 
*Heather
 
*Ryan
 
*Tim
 
*Flavio
 
  
Crowdsourcing: Problems thereof
+
    * Austin
*Dave
+
    * Jenny
 +
    * Stephanie
  
Cyberbullying
+
GROUP TWO
  
"Decentralized" digital newsmedia/Wikileaks
+
    * Erin
*Austin
+
    * Sujay
*Jenny
 
*Stephanie
 
*Erin
 
*Sujay
 

Revision as of 20:30, 18 October 2010

Anonymity & Crowdsourcing

   * Rachel
   * Guangyue 
   * Dave

Online Identity and Reputation (Bankruptcy)

GROUP ONE

   * Andrew
   * David
   * Zara 

GROUP TWO

   * Christine
   * Jason
   * Anna
   * Rene 

Cyber-security (and international law/aspects)

GROUP ONE

   * Davis
   * Julia
   * Heather 

GROUP TWO

   * Ryan
   * Tim
   * Flavio 

"Decentralized" digital newsmedia/Wikileaks

GROUP ONE

   * Austin
   * Jenny
   * Stephanie 

GROUP TWO

   * Erin
   * Sujay