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“Congress’ passage of the DTSA is one of the most important developments in intellectual property law over the past decade, yet counterintuitively the statute expressly says it is not an intellectual property law,” states Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman.
On March 31, join the people who design, build, and deploy robots at Yale Law School for We Robot 2017. See demonstrations of the latest technologies and find out what’s on the drawing board for the next generation of robots.
In an article he wrote for The Atlantic, Annenberg School for Communications professor Joseph Turow shows that the data mining and in-store tracking practices used by retail stores to offer special deals for individual customers raises issues of discrimination against some shoppers and preferential treatment of others.
Colleen Chien was recently awarded the Young Scholar Medal: “Professor Chien’s work in intellectual property law has already helped shape governmental policy around innovation.”
We Robot 2017
March 31, 2017, New Haven, CT
April 01, 2017, New Haven, CT
A. Sidney Katz Lecture - William E. Kovacic
April 05, 2017, Washington, DC
Law, Technology and Innovation Workshop: Lisa Ouellette
April 10, 2017, Philadelphia, PA
International Association of Privacy Professionals Global Privacy Summit 2017
April 19, 2017, Washington, DC
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