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Despite certain indications to the contrary, DON'T SIGN UP FOR TOPICS HERE.
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Here are the topics that appearing to be crystallizing on the notes page. (If you can identify another problem that you think would be interesting to explore, add it to the list!)
 
Here are the topics that appearing to be crystallizing on the notes page. (If you can identify another problem that you think would be interesting to explore, add it to the list!)
  
 
The Right to Speak Anonymously
 
The Right to Speak Anonymously
  
Online Identity and Reputation
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Online Identity and Reputation (Alissa)
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Right of Publicity in Digital Identities/ Moral Rights to one's created digital identity
  
 
Death and Digital Property
 
Death and Digital Property
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Speech and Censorship (from an intermediary liability pov)
 
Speech and Censorship (from an intermediary liability pov)
  
Liability for Security Breeches
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Liability for Security Breaches
  
 
Wikileaks
 
Wikileaks
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De-humanization of Online Transactions (with implications to UI design)
 
De-humanization of Online Transactions (with implications to UI design)
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Cyber-security (and international law/aspects)

Latest revision as of 19:30, 5 October 2010

Despite certain indications to the contrary, DON'T SIGN UP FOR TOPICS HERE.

Here are the topics that appearing to be crystallizing on the notes page. (If you can identify another problem that you think would be interesting to explore, add it to the list!)

The Right to Speak Anonymously

Online Identity and Reputation (Alissa)

Right of Publicity in Digital Identities/ Moral Rights to one's created digital identity

Death and Digital Property

Speech and Censorship (from an intermediary liability pov)

Liability for Security Breaches

Wikileaks

Net Neutrality

De-humanization of Online Transactions (with implications to UI design)

Cyber-security (and international law/aspects)