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Legal issues in cyberspace

Author: Margaret Jane RadinKathleen M SullivanPhilip ZimmermannPamela SamuelsonMark StefikAll authors
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Board of Trustees, Stanford University, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Seminar examines the range of issues associated with the expanding world of Internet commerce and communication, covering such topics as regulation of online content, encryption technologies, intellectual property and copyright issues, digital cash and payment systems, and a debate on the future of Internet governance.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Jane Radin; Kathleen M Sullivan; Philip Zimmermann; Pamela Samuelson; Mark Stefik; Alexander E Silverman; Michael Bayle; Mark S Manasse; Janet Cooper Alexander; David R Johnson; Stanford Center for Professional Development.; Stanford University. School of Law.
OCLC Number: 123284697
Notes: Programs aired Jan.-Feb. 1998.
Production facilities provided by the Stanford Center for Professional Development.
Performer(s): Presenter, Margaret Jane Radin ; teaching assistant, Polk Wagner ; guest speakers, Kathleen Sullivan, Philip Zimmermann, Pamela Samuelson, Mark Stefik, Alex Silverman, Michael Bayle, Mark Manasse, Janet Cooper Alexander, David Johnson.
Description: 10 videocassettes : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: class 1. Introduction to cyberspace (78 min.) --
class 2. The zoning of cyberspace : legal and technological approaches to the regulation of online content (118 min.) --
class 3. Encryption--technological savior or recipe for anarchy? (115 min.) --
class 4. Copyright I--maximalists, minimalists, framers, and linkers (202 min.) --
class 5. Copyright II--copyright enforcement technologies : the new economics of intellectual property --
class 6. Success and failure in electronic commerce : business models and online advertising --
class 7. Creating an electronic commerce ecosystem : digital cash and payment systems --
class 8. Re-thinking minimum contracts : jurisdiction and choice of law in cyberspace --
class 9. Evolutionary IP and the question of sovereignty : domain names and trademark issues --
class 10. How shall the net be governed? : Internet governance and the legal future of cyberspace.
Responsibility: with Margaret Jane Radin ; [presented by] the Stanford Channel in association with Stanford Law School ; a production of the Stanford Channel.

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Seminar examines the range of issues associated with the expanding world of Internet commerce and communication, covering such topics as regulation of online content, encryption technologies, intellectual property and copyright issues, digital cash and payment systems, and a debate on the future of Internet governance.

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