Institute for the Study of Information Technology and Society (InSITeS)
Carnegie Mellon H.J. Heinz School of Public Policy and Management
February 7-8, 2002
McConomy Auditorium University Center
Carnegie Mellon University
The telecommunications revolution continues to reshape business, politics, national security, and public health. Understanding law s impact on this transformation requires the insights of both lawyers and technologists the computer scientists, engineers, and information scientists who are building and analyzing new information technologies and architectures. This conference will unite an outstanding group of leading legal thinkers from the United States and Canada with some of the foremost faculty at America s leading computer science university to generate new insights. We will explore:
Registration required for all attendees: CMU affiliates must register but attend free; others pay $300. You can download a registration form.