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Why You Should Attend
Online platforms and popular technologies are at the center of the whirlwind caused by political and social polarization, the pandemic, and other forces. This annual program prides itself on being up-to-the-minute, and it will adapt to focus on the highest value discussions of the day by focusing on trending and important topics.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Learn about global developments in the law and regulation affecting technologies, online services, and their users – both from the U.S. and abroad – such as the EU Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act, EU Copyright Directive, recent CJEU decisions, live streaming issues, Section 230 (CDA), safe harbors under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
- Explore the interplay between Artificial Intelligence and legal responsibilities facing technology developers and platform operators, including an update on the AI arms race and what the open-source AI landscape looks like moving ahead
- Understand the Supreme Court’s recent decisions around social media platforms, and the effects of those decisions on Section 230 of the Communications Act (CDA)
Who Should Attend
This program will benefit anyone who advises online platforms or marketplaces or consumer technology developers, who litigates for or against them, and who invests in new business or technology models or advises those investors. It will also benefit those who practice intellectual property law, technology law, media law, corporate law for startup or emerging growth companies, regulatory law, and litigation.
Program Level: Intermediate and Advanced
Prerequisites: An Interest in Online Platforms and Technology from both a U.S. and Global regulatory perspective
Advanced Preparation: None