This WEEK in LAW 170

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This WEEK in LAW
Episode 170

Contents

This Week In Law 170: Kodiak Bears and Beers

Six Strikes graduated response, Google's latest FTC settlement, WiFi negligence, and more.

Panel

  • Denise Howell
  • Evan Brown
  • Bennet Kelley (@InternetLawCent)
    • Internet Law Center
    • "Bennet Kelley is an award-winning political columnist, radio host, popular speaker and presenter and one of the nations leading internet attorneys. Bennet attended La Salle Academy where he was Valedictorian. He left Rhode Island for Washington, D.C., earning a B.S. in Political Science from The American University and also graduating magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center. In 1994, Bennet moved to Southern California and currently resides in Santa Monica, California."
  • Paul Brigner (@PaulBrigner)
    • Internet Society
    • "Paul Brigner is Regional Director of the North American Bureau at the Internet Society where he oversees projects, initiatives and activities across the Internet Society's functional and programmatic areas in the United States and Canada. Previously, Paul was Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Policy Officer for the Motion Picture Association of America, and prior to that, Executive Director, Internet and Technology Policy, for Verizon. He worked at Verizon for nearly 10 years in numerous management positions. Earlier in his career, Paul was a software and network architect for several organizations and also served in a technology consulting capacity. Paul holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business."

Topics

Tip of the Week

G+: Wreaking Havoc With Document Retention/production Via This Tip From Mike Elgan

Resource of the Week

The White House Wants Your Advice on Fighting Piracy

Sponsors

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