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When the issue of speakers� rights of access arises in media regulation and policy contexts, the focus typically is on the concept of speakers� rights of access to the media, or to the press. This right usually is premised on the audience�s need for ... [show] When the issue of speakers� rights of access arises in media regulation and policy contexts, the focus typically is on the concept of speakers� rights of access to the media, or to the press. This right usually is premised on the audience�s need for access to diverse sources and content. In contrast, in many non-mediated contexts, the concept of speakers� rights of access ...
Berkeley Law is consistently ranked both as one of the top 10 law schools, one of the most selective law schools in the country (with acceptance rates lower than every law school except Yale and Stanford), and, along with the University of Virginia and the University of Michigan, one the top public law schools in the United States, making it one of the most elite law schools in the country. Admitted applicants generally have an undergraduate GPA of between 3.7 and 3.9 and a Law School Admission Test (LSAT) score of between 165 and 170 (92nd and 98th percentile of all test-takers). In April 2008, the law school rebranded itself ...
Law and technology » Blog Archive » Is internet access a human right?
Recent IP-related debates have raised the question of whether internet access should be a legally protected human right. An Australian academic is the latest to weigh in : Internet use has become so woven into everyday life that some technology experts say online access should be legally protected, even to the point of considering it a human right. “It’s a social inclusion question,” said Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre executive director David Vaile Much of the debate premises that internet access is already a human right, or soon will be . That view has popular support – a recent survey showed ... market research, surveys and trends
Politics, Law, and Technology | Facebook's Anti-Privacy Monopoly ...
.  So I thought it was about time to write a post about it.  I’ve actually written a chapter on Facebook and Privacy in the forthcoming book “The Offensive Internet” .  Alas, it’s been in editing for so long that I fear much of it is going to be dated by the time it comes out in November.  So here’s a blog post. First off, let me just say that I’m a huge fan of Facebook.  Let me also say that I think there’s probably only room for one dominant player in the “general” social networking space, and that in the United States, Facebook is likely going to be it.  That said, ... market research, surveys and trends


"Leaders of the global financial industry today underscored their commitment to a constructive dialogue with governments and regulatory authorities to create the conditions for financial sector stability and economic growth. They called on the heads of the governments that will be attending the Group of 20 Summit in Canada in late June, and the international regulatory authorities, to seek to reach a timely consensus on the key elements of proposed bank regulatory reforms." Related postings on financial system Flow Rate Technical Group - Updates on Progress of Scientific Teams Analyzing Flow Rates from BP's Well ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Computable Models of the Law and ICT: State of the Art and Trends ...
lawyer, with an increase in IT spending in 2007 of about 15 percent–from $9.7 million in 2006 to $11.2 million in 2007 [4]. The 2007 ILTA Purchasing Technol ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
How a decade of antitrust oversight has changed your PC
Two months earlier, after almost two years of legal proceedings, the judge found that Microsoft had illegally abused its monopoly in the operating system market, and on June 7, 2000, he ordered that the company be broken up into two separate and completely independent companies. That judgment turned out to be not so final, of course. The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit overturned much of Judge Jacksons decision a year later, including the breakup provision. The appellate court also ordered him removed from the case, saying his secret meetings with the media and “numerous offensive ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Israeli Haredim: An Economic Powerhouse
Israel’s ultra-Orthodox population, who number approximately 700,000 and live in self-segregated communities across the country, is now turning to the power of the market to forward its religious agenda on Israeli society.   The community, which is growing greatly due to its high average birth rate of seven children, is turning into an economic powerhouse, using its spending power to impact the research and development of products tailored to its specific religious needs. It is also having some success at encouraging companies to discontinue policies that offend Haredi religious sensibilities.   Currently, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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and Technology opyright Law. Learning & Leading with Technology. Volume 32 Number 7. 24. Leaders Sharing. The Connected Classroom ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Robert P. Merges, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Professor of Law and Technology, U.C.. Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law; Director, Berkeley Center for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Duke Law & Technology Review
Over the past twenty years, neuroscientists have discovered that brain maturation continues through an individual’s mid-twenties. The United States Supreme Court cited this research to support its abolition of the juvenile death penalty in Roper v. Simmons. Now the Court is faced with two cases that challenge the constitutionality of sentencing juveniles to life imprisonment without parole. Many believe these studies indicate that juveniles are both less culpable for their actions and more likely to reform; therefore, life in prison for juveniles is disproportionate, cruel, and unusual. However, others caution against the use of ...
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Can anyone recommend an Expert on Law & Technology to speak at an ...
Berin Szoka, a former colleague of mine from Latham & Watkins, is the director of the Center for Internet Freedom here in Washington. He specializes in communications technology but can speak ably on any topic relating to the interplay of law and technology. posted 1 month ago Senior Innovation Project Manager see all my answers Hi David! Hope all is well in the UP. I can highly recommend Steve Parmelee. Take a look at my recommendation. Steve is a unique blend of not only technology and law, but an extremely creative dimension that he leverages very well! Dan Heck, Evanston posted 1 month ago
WikiAnswers - What is the newest technology and trends used in ...
The newest technology in computers would have to be the apple slim computer weighing only .5 pounds and only 1 cm thin it has a huge amount of memory and has a cool sleek styling cover this laptop is priced around $799-1099 depending on internet acces and or harddrive size. Note: There are comments associated with this question. See the discussion page to add to the conversation. First answer by ID1181772875 . Last edit by ID3513826690 . Question popularity : 3 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these computers and the net questions? Related answers: How can you use the computer in the field of education? ...