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[liberationtech] Fwd: Stanford CIS Event "What's Wrong with SOPA?" on Dec. 7

Terry Winograd winograd at cs.stanford.edu
Sat Dec 3 11:43:12 PST 2011


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WHAT'S WRONG WITH SOPA?
A Stanford Center for Internet and Society Event

When: Wednesday, December 7, 2011
6:00pm Reception - Neukom Terrace (Neukom Building)
7:00pm Panel - Room 290 (Law School Building)

Location: Stanford Law School
559 Nathan Abbot Way, Stanford, CA 94305

RSVP for this Free Event Today
http://bit.ly/CIS-SOPA

More Info
http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/node/6770

Everyone is Invited

A growing chorus of opposition has emerged around the Stop Online Piracy
Act (SOPA) now pending in the House, as well as its Senate counterpart, the
PROTECT-IP Act. If enacted, SOPA would provide unprecedented power for law
enforcement and private actors to force service providers to block access
to internet sites or shut off revenue streams. This panel will explore the
potential impact of SOPA on Silicon Valley, the concerns that have been
voiced by legal scholars, technology companies, entrepreneurs, engineers
and venture capitalists, and what the technology sector can do to make a
difference in the outcome of this bill.

Panelists:

Mark Lemley - William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

Josh Mendelsohn - Partner, Hattery

David Ulevitch - Founder & CEO, OpenDNS

Paul Vixie - Chairman and Chief Scientist, Internet Systems Consortium

Fred von Lohmann - Senior Copyright Counsel, Google

Albert Wenger - Partner, Union Square Ventures

Moderated by Anthony Falzone - Executive Director, Fair Use Project at the
Center for Internet and Society

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