Co-sponsored by the Coase-Sandor Institute at U. Chicago Law
The Big Data revolution is pushing the boundaries of law and jurisprudence. Various regulated activities are shifting from human to data-driven machine control governed by contractual platforms instead of licensing regimes. This symposium examines the role that law can serve in regulating data driven activities and the relevance of existing justifications for regulation. TAP scholar Omri Ben-Shahar will participate.
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