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Digital Cops Conference Schedule

Digital Cops Conference Schedule

Friday, March 26, 2004

4:00 pm
Room 122

Registration

5:00pm - 6:20pm
Room 128

* Additional Session:
The American Bar Assn, Committee of Privacy & Computer Crime, Presents:
"Cybercrime, Privacy, and Cyber Security: Three Books That Link It All Together"

6:40pm - 7:45pm
Room 127

Keynote Speaker
Dan Geer - Principal, Geer Risk Services , Verdasys, Inc.,
"The Physics of Digital Law"

7:45pm - 9:00pm
Alumni Reading Room

Welcome Reception


Saturday, March 27, 2004

8:30am - 9:30am
Breakfast

9:30am - 11:00am
Room 127

New Crime Scene: The Digital Networked Environment
Speakers:
Jennifer Granick - Executive Director, Stanford Law School, Center for Internet & Society, "Computer Crimes and Intermediary Liability: The Case for Protecting Vulnerability Publications"
Helen Nissenbaum - Associate Professor, Department of Culture & Communication and Senior Fellow, Information Law Institute, New York University, "Where Computer Security Meets National Security"
Philip R. Reitinger - presenting David Aucsmith's (Architect, Security Business Unit, Microsoft Corporation) paper, "The
Digital Crime Scene: A Software Prospective"
Tony Rutkowski - Vice-President, NetDiscovery Development, Verisign, Inc., Telecommunications Services Division, "Cybercrime in New Network Ecosystem:Vulnerabilities and New Forensic Capabilities"
Moderator:
Shlomit Wagman - Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School

11:30am - 1:00pm
Room 127

New Crimes: Virtual Crimes of the Information Age
Speakers:
Alan Davidson - Associate Director, Center for Democracy and Technology, "Cautionary Notes on the Expansion of Criminal Law in Cyberspace"
Beryl Howell - Managing Director, General Counsel, Stroz Friedberg, LLC "Real World Problems of Virtual Crimes"
Philip R. Reitinger - Senior Security Strategist, Trustworthy Computing Security Team, Microsoft Corporation, "Ten Commandments of Online Criminal Law"
Dan Solove - Associate Professor, Seton Hall Law School, "The Legal Construction of Identity Theft"
Moderator:
Eddan Katz - Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School

1:00pm - 2:00pm
Dining Hall
Lunch

2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 127

New Cops: Rethinking Law Enforcement
Speakers:
Susan Brenner - Professor of Law & Technology, University of Dayton School of Law, "Distributed Security: Moving Away from a Reactive Model of Law Enforcement"
Curtis E.A. Karnow - Partner, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP, "Launch on Warning - Aggressive Defense of Computer Systems"
Orin Kerr - Professor, George Washington University Law School, "Computer Crime and the Coming Revolution in Criminal Procedure"
Nimrod Kozlovski - Fellow, Yale Law School - Information Society Project, "Designing Accountable Online Policing"
Moderator:
James Grimmelmann - Yale Law School

4:30pm - 6:00pm
Room 127

New Tools - Design, Technology, Control, Data Mining and Surveillance
Speakers:
Michael Froomkin - Professor, University of Miami, "ID Cards (Or, Thoughts on What's at Stake in the Hiibel Case)"
Marc Rotenberg - Executive Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center, "Escrow is Dead. Long Live Escrow"
Kim Taipale - Executive Director, Center for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology Policy, "Technology, Security and Privacy: The Fear of Frankenstein, the Myth of Privacy and the Lessons of King Ludd"
Sonia Katyal - Associate Professor of Law, Fordham Law School
Conference Writing Competition's Winner - "The New Surveillance"
Moderator:
Tal Zarsky - Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School

6:30 pm
Dining Hall

Dinner Reception, Keynote Speaker
John Podesta - Former Chief of Staff to President Clinton; President and CEO, Center for American Progress
"Lost In Cyberspace? Finding American Liberties in a Dangerous, Digital World"


Sunday, March 28, 2004  

8:00am - 9:45am
Room 121

Breakfast

8:30am - 9:30am
Room 121

* Additional Session & Breakfast:
The International Journal of Communications Law and Policy Presents:
"Comparative Perspectives on Communication and Internet Regulation"

9:45 - 10:00am
Room 127

Harold Koh - Gerard C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law, Yale Law School

10:00am - 11:30am
Room 127

New Trials and Sanctions - e-Prosecution, e-Jurisdiction and e-Punishment
Speakers:
Joe Anastasi - Global Practice Leader, Dispute Consulting & Forensics Investigations, Deloitte & Touche, LLP "CyberForensics – New Requirements for our Legal Systems"
Paul Ohm- Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, CCIPS Division
Lee Tien - Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation, "Law, Technology, and the Danger of Architectural Regulation"
Nicolai Seitz - Fellow, University of Cologne (Germany)
Conference Writing Competition's Winner - "Transborder Search a New Perspective in Law Enforcement?"
Moderator:
Dan Kahan - Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law, Yale Law School

11:45am - 1:00pm
Room 127

Hacktivism - Between Crime and Activism
Speakers:
Jack Balkin - Knight Professor of Constitutional Law and the First Amendment; Director, Information Society Project, Yale Law School, "Cyberprotest"
Oxblood Ruffin - Executive Director & Founder, Cult of the Dead cow, "Hacktivism, from Here to There"
Jonathan Zittrain - Faculty Co-Director, Berkman Center for Internet & Society; Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School, "Empirical Analysis of Internet Filtering in China"
Moderator:
Beth Noveck - Director, Institute for Information Law and Policy; Associate Professor, New York Law School

1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 121

 * Working Session (Limited Attendance, RSVP only):
The New York Law School Institute for Information Law and Policy Presents:
"Law on the Screen: Exploring Digital Communication and Persuasion"
Additional Sessions:
The American Bar Assn, Committee of Privacy & Computer Crime, Presents:
"Cybercrime, Privacy, and Cyber Security: Three Books That Link It All Together"
Friday, March 26, 2004, 5:00-6:20pm
The International Journal of Communications Law and Policy Presents:
"Comparative Perspectives on Communication and Internet Regulation"


Sunday, March 28

8:30-9:45am
The New York Law School Institute for Information Law and Policy Presents:
Working Session - "Law on the Screen: Exploring Digital Communication and Persuasion"