Law and Technology Lunchtime Series

The Center for Information Technology Policy, the Program in Law and Public Affairs, and the Woodrow Wilson School, are hosting a series of lunch-timers on law and technology. Each program explores the current state of an emerging technology and the legal, policy, and ethical considerations that stem from it.

Open to current Princeton faculty, fellows and students only. 
Reservations will be required - please see the event pages for details

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 29:  Privacy and Security in the Internet of Things
Cora HanFederal Trade Commission, and Sarthak Grover,Princeton
Moderated by Nick Feamster, Princeton

MONDAY, APRIL 11:  Online Censorship
Ryan Budish, Berkman Center, Harvard University, and Roya Ensafi, Princeton
Moderated by Nick Feamster, Princeton

MONDAY, APRIL 18:  Online Privacy in Europe versus the U.S.
Sharon GoldbergBoston University,  and Joel ReidenbergPrinceton
Moderated by Solon Barocas, Princeton