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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 25 March 2008 Information Law Institute: Panel on Net


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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 25 March 2008 Information Law Institute: Panel on Net Censorship and Wiretapping
Date: 24 Mar 2008 00:29:12 -0400

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 Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 10:52:35 -0400
 From: "Fred Benenson" <address@hidden>
 To: "Free Culture @ NYU's list serv" <address@hidden>
 Subject: [free-culture] Invitation to ILI Colloquium on Net Censorship, Tue, 
March 25, 6:30pm

 Free Culture @ NYU,

     This looks to be a great event at the Law School organized by our
 resident Cyberlaw Prof, Jonathan Zittrain. We hope to see you there!

 Best,

 Fred Benenson
 President, Free Culture @ NYU


 Digital Dilemmas: Discussing Responses to Internet Censorship and Surveillance

 Tuesday, March 25, 2008
 6:30pm
 NYU Law School, Vanderbilt Hall, Room 214
 40 Washington Square South

 Map
 <http://maps.google.com/maps?f=3Dq&hl=3Den&q=3D40+Washington+Square+South%2=
 C+New+York%2C+NY>

 Please join us for a panel discussion, with a reception to follow.

 When national governments want to block particular Internet
 activities or content, or see what users are doing, they
 typically turn to the private companies that manage pieces of the
 Internet, including Internet Service Providers, search engines,
 email services, blogging and news portals, and even hardware
 providers.

 As pressures to filter, censor, and monitor the Internet have
 mounted, some internet and communications technology (ICT)
 companies, academics, human rights activists, socially
 responsible investors, and civil society participants have held a
 series of conversations about how to respond. This event will tap
 project participants to have as candid a conversation as possible
 about the process in which they've engaged, and the role that
 corporations should play in response to government-mandated
 Internet censorship and surveillance, with particular but not
 exclusive emphasis on authoritarian regimes.

 Moderator:

 Jonathan Zittrain

 Co-Founder and Faculty Co-Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society,
 Visiting Professor, NYU Law School, Chair in Internet Governance and
 Regulation, Oxford University

 http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/jzittrain

 Panelists:

 Leslie Harris

 President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Democracy and Technology

 http://www.cdt.org/

 Dunstan Hope

 Director, Advisory Services, Business for Social Responsibility

 http://www.bsr.org/

 Christine Bader
 Advisor to the UN Special Representative of the Secretary-General for
 Business and Human Rights

 http://www.business-humanrights.org/Gettingstarted/UNSpecialRepresentative

 Robert Mahoney

 Deputy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists

 http://www.cpj.org/

 Chuck Cossan (TBC)

 Microsoft

 http://www.microsoft.com

 Mike Posner (TBC)

 President, Human Rights First

 http://www.humanrightsfirst.org/

 Bennett Freeman (TBC)
 Head of Social Research and Policy, Calvert
 http://www.calvert.com/

 This event is free and open to the public.
  
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Distributed poC TINC:

Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
http://www.lxny.org


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