All related past events for Cyberlaw Clinic

Oct 10 2014 2:00pm to Oct 10 2014 2:00pm

National Security and Cyberthreats

A Conversation with John Carlin, Assistant Attorney General for National Security

Join Assistant Attorney General for National Security HLS alumnus and Heyman Fellow John Carlin, together with moderator Jonathan Zittrain, for a conversation about significant national security cyber issues and the tools available in the United States to address them. Mr. Carlin will share his expertise and field questions from the audience.

Sep 19 2014 12:00pm to Sep 19 2014 12:00pm

Kurt Opsahl of the Electronic Frontier Foundation: A Conversation About National Security Letters

Hosted and Moderated by Christopher Bavitz of the Cyberlaw Clinic.

Join us for a lunch and discussion with Kurt Opsahl, Deputy General Counsel of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which will address the issue of National Security Letters and EFF's related litigation and advocacy efforts.

May 4 2013 9:00am to May 4 2013 1:30pm

Filling the News Gap in Cambridge and Beyond: Citizen Journalism and Grassroots Media

The event will explore the quickly expanding world of citizen journalism: how technology is fueling its growth; how that growth is changing the way we see our world, enact change, and disseminate the news; and how people in communities around the world are taking the initiative to share stories that are left untold by the mainstream media. It is free and open to the public.

Apr 9 2012 12:00pm to Apr 9 2012 12:00pm

Public Access To Federally Funded Research: Copyright And Other Issues

Does mandating free online access to papers resulting from federally funded research violate the Copyright Act or treaty obligations? A distinguished pair of panelists will discuss this question, in the context of the broader policy issues raised by such open access mandates. They will consider the pending Federal Research Public Access Act, as well as the National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy. This event will be webcast live at 12:00PM ET today.

Nov 4 2010 12:00pm to Nov 4 2010 12:00pm

The Cablevision Case - 2 Years Later: A Conversation About Copyright, Content, and the Cloud

R. David Hosp, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ed Weiss, New England Sports Ventures

The Berkman Center's Cyberlaw Clinic and Harvard Law School's Journal of Law and Technology present a conversation about 2008's landmark "Cablevision" case, in which the Second Circuit Court of Appeals validated a cable provider's proposed "Remote Storage" DVR system over the objections of content owners who claimed the service would infringe their copyrights. Attorneys David Hosp and Ed Weiss -- copyright experts and advocates directly involved in the case -- bring their unique perspectives to the discussion. Christopher Bavitz of the Cyberlaw Clinic will moderate.

Apr 9 2010 9:00am to Apr 9 2010 9:00am

Symposium: Journalism's Digital Transition: Unique Legal Challenges and Opportunities

The Berkman Center's Citizen Media Law Project and Cyberlaw Clinic are pleased to announce a one-day symposium and CLE program to celebrate the launch of the Online Media Legal Network (OMLN). OMLN is a legal referral service that connects qualifying online journalism ventures and digital media creators with lawyers willing to provide legal services on a pro bono or reduced-fee basis. It supports promising ventures and innovative thinkers in online and digital media by providing access to legal help that would otherwise be unavailable.

Sep 12 2008 2:12pm to Sep 13 2008 2:12pm

United States v. Microsoft: 10 Years Later

Ten years have passed since the U.S. Department of Justice and 20 states filed their landmark antitrust case against Microsoft and the trial of the lawsuit began in federal district court in Washington, D.C. This major conference, United States v. Microsoft: 10 Years Later, looked back over the last ten years and explored the lasting lessons and deeper meanings of the case for Microsoft, for the software and technology industries, and for antitrust law and enforcement.