The Information Society Project at Yale Law School is hosting "Regulating Search?: A Symposium on Search Engines, Law, and Public Policy," the first academic conference devoted to search engines and the law. "Regulating Search?" will take place on December 3, 2005 at Yale Law School in New Haven, CT.
- Panel 1: The Search Space
This panel will review the wide range of what search engines do and their importance in the information ecosystem.
- Panel 2: Search Engines and Public Regulation
This panel will discuss the possibility of direct government regulation of search functionality.
- Panel 3: Search Engines and Intellectual Property
This panel will review past and present litigation involving search engines and claims framed in the legal doctrines of copyright, trademark, patent, and right of publicity.
- Panel 4: Search Engines and Individual Rights
This panel will look at the role of search engines in reshaping our experience of basic rights and at the pressures the desire to protect those rights place on search.
Early bird registration fees (early registration ends on Nov. 15):
- $35 for students
- $75 for academic and nonprofit
- $165 for corporate and law firm participants
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