This Communications Law Institute course is intended to give the students an understanding of (1) technology-driven changes in the regulation of wireless and wireline communications services; (2) the legal problems of the Internet, including liability of content and access providers for copyright infringement, defamation, and obscene/indecent on-line communications; and (3) the evolving legal problems associated with electronic privacy and data protection. Enrollment limited to twenty-five students. Non-Institute students may elect this course on a space-available basis during the first week of the semester.
Upper-level course for:VIII. Communications Law and New Technologies
XVIII. Intellectual Property Law