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April 18, 2004
Blogging CFP, ILAW
There are two conferences right around the bend that I consider must-attend-if-at-all-possible: the Berkman Center's Internet Law Program and the venerable Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference.
The good news for those who may not be able to attend: both conferences will be well blogged.
CFP, which takes place T-F of next week, is providing blogspace for attendees who wish to blog sessions at the conference. Yep, I'll be there to blog a number of Copyfight-pertinent panels, as will fellow Copyfighters Wendy Seltzer and Jason Schultz (who are also panelists). We'll keep you posted on details.
ILAW, meanwhile, takes place next month (May 13-15). It's just what it promises -- total immersion in the most pressing issues of the day, with sessions guided by a handful the nation's top cyberlaw experts: Jonathan Zittrain, Charles Nesson, Yochai Benkler and Lawrence Lessig. As long-time Copyfight readers may remember, I've repeatedly blogged ILAW, enjoying the experience just as thoroughly each and every time. Perhaps inspired by my past efforts (blows on knuckles, rubs on sleeve), the Berkman Center is now offering some form of scholarship/discount for people who blog it -- presumably at the official ILAW weblog. I can't seem to access the site right now, but details should be available there soon.
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