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|Days, Times (Room):||F, 1630-1840 (SL131)|
S, 0900-1110 (SL131)
|Capacity:||16 **This information is current as of 01/23/2015 06:13:58 AM**|
|Current Enrollment:||4 **This information is current as of 01/23/2015 06:13:58 AM**|
NOTE: This A weekend course meets on: August 29; September 5, 6, 19, 20; October 3, 4, 17, 18, 31; November 1 and 15.
This seminar will examine the rapidly evolving domestic and international cyber law and policy landscape and guide students through the crosscutting issues driving some of the 21st century’s most dynamic legal and policy debates. The semester will begin with an introduction to cyber law and policy, and then turn to an examination of several key topics, including: international security issues related to State and non-State actors and their behavior in cyberspace; cybersecurity frameworks; cybercrime; Internet policy issues, including Internet governance, human rights and free speech online, and privacy in the digital age; and finally a look ahead to the legal and policy implications of the latest emerging technologies. The seminar will conclude with a practical exercise on negotiating cyberspace law and policy issues in an international multilateral setting. No specialized knowledge of computers or the Internet is required for the seminar.
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT: Enrolled students who do not attend the first class session will be dropped. Students seeking to enroll in this short course must attend the first class session.
COURSE REQUIREMENT: Paper required