CODERS KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW | Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA | January 22, 2014 | Clinical Instructional Fellow Kit Walsh will join Andy Sellars of Berkman’s Digital Media Law Project, Kate Darling and Nathan Matias of the MIT Media Lab, and Wendy Seltzer of Chilling Effects for this MIT “Independent Activities Period” class session about legal issues relevant to coders and others who interact with technology in their work. Space is limited and priority is given to those in the MIT and Harvard communities. Those interested in attending should reach out to Kate Darling at email@example.com.
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