Friday, February 10, 2012 (10:30 am – 4:45 pm), Stanford Law School
This year’s Symposium is co-sponsored by Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society and will examine First Amendment challenges in the Digital Age. The first panel will explore European and American views of a right to be forgotten and how to balance privacy with free expression. The second panel consists of a discussion of First Amendment architecture, protection of speech spaces, and net neutrality. The third panel will examine Protect-IP and SOPA from a First Amendment perspective.
The Symposium will culminate with STLR’s 15th Anniversary Reception in the Neukom Building Faculty Lounge from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, co-sponsored by the Palo Alto offices of Morrison Foerster and Baker & McKenzie.
There has been overwhelming interest in this year’s Symposium and we have reached our capacity. Registration is now closed. The full schedule is available here.