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With the start of a new administration, join the conversation on the important themes for the Internet this coming year. On January 23rd, the State of the Net Conference will tackle the policy issues of the day, such as digital trade, net neutrality, the future of the Internet of Things, and cybersecurity.
Woodrow Hartzog and Danielle Citron highlight key takeaways from the FTC’s settlement over the Ashley Madison breach. These include: identifying anxiety and risk as privacy harms, regulators working collaboratively across state and federal lines, and the first complaint against “bots” designed to deceive customers.
Hulk Hogan v. Gawker, DOJ v. Apple over the encrypted iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter, and Hillary Clinton's email server all made Internet law expert Eric Goldman’s list of the top 10 Internet law developments from 2016.
With 2016’s tumultuous election year, Stanford economics professor Matt Gentzkow’s work on political polarization and ideological segregation helps clarify real-world findings from popular perceptions.
State of the Net 2017: Internet Governance and Digital Trade
January 23, 2017, Washington, DC
Data Privacy Day
January 28, 2017, Everywhere
February 05, 2017, Miami, FL
Innovation Law & Policy Workshop: Christopher Beauchamp
February 09, 2017, Toronto, ON
Digital Broadband Migration Conference: Evaluating the First Principles of Information Policy
February 12, 2017, Boulder, CO
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