Spring 2022 Course Schedule

Cyberlaw (LAW-667-001)
Michael Carroll

Meets: 04:00 PM - 05:50 PM (W)

Enrolled: 35 / Limit: 65

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Notices

The textbook is the most current version of James Grimmelmann's Internet Law: Cases and Problems. https://internetcasebook.com/

Description

This class is a survey of legal issues that impact individuals, businesses, and public entities in their use of the Internet and related digital technologies. It addresses questions such as: (1) Whose law(s) apply to Internet conduct? (2) When can governments regulate online speech? (3) What are the rules that apply to social media and other providers of services on the Internet? (4) How should we understand cybersecurity risk and mitigate it through law? (5) What is the current state of privacy law? (6) How does the law regulate cryptocurrencies and other forms of digital property? and (7) What is artificial intelligence and how does or should the law regulate its use?

Textbooks and Other Materials

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The textbook is the most current version of James Grimmelmann's Internet Law: Cases and Problems. https://internetcasebook.com/

First Class Readings

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Syllabus

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