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Shai Reshef - "The Future of Digital Education"

 Shai Reshef -  "The Future of Digital Education" - Tuesday, September 22, 2009

 

The Yale Information Society Project will be joined on September 22 by Shai Reshef, the Founder and President of the University of the People.  He will deliver a lecture on “Educating the Many and Not the Few: A Digital Model for Change” at 4:10 p.m. in Room 121 of Yale Law School.

Fast Company named Shai Reshef one of the most creative people in business for 2009.  He is an Israeli entrepreneur and the Founder and President of the University of the People.  University of the People (UoPeople) is a tuition-free, non-profit online academic institution with a mission to democratize higher education by providing universal access to college via social networking and other Internet tools. In the initial stages, the university will offer coursework in two programs, Business Administration and Computer Science and is seeking accreditation to offer degrees in these areas.

The Yale Information Society Project is a research partner of UoPeople.


Duration: 1 hour, 09 minutes. Download in MP3 (65 MB).
Molly Beutz Land - "Health Information and Human Rights"

Molly Beutz Land - "Health Information and Human Rights" - Tuesday, September 15, 2009

 

Molly Beutz Land is an associate professor of law at New York Law School. Drawing on her human rights expertise and background as an IP litigator, Professor Land’s scholarship focuses on access to knowledge and the intersection of intellectual property and human rights. Her recent work investigates the role of cultural rights and technology in achieving democratic objectives and the respective responsibilities of states and international institutions in that process. At New York Law School, she teaches Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, International Intellectual Property, and International Human Rights and is affiliated with the Center for International Law, the Institute for Information Law and Technology, and the Justice Action Center. Prior to joining New York Law School, Professor Land was a visiting lecturer in law and the Robert M. Cover/Allard K. Lowenstein Fellow in International Human Rights at Yale Law School.

Professor Land’s interest in access to knowledge grows out of her work on economic rights and gender issues while co-teaching the Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic at Yale Law School and as the Robert L. Bernstein Fellow in International Human Rights at Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights. She has filed amicus briefs in cases challenging sexual harassment in schools and discrimination based on sexual orientation before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and has led fact-finding teams reporting on domestic violence against immigrant women in Minnesota, HIV/AIDS and women’s rights in Zambia, the lack of remedies for human rights violations in Kashmir, and the effect of zero-tolerance policies on the right to education in Connecticut. She has also been involved in efforts to use human rights arguments to interpret bilateral investment agreements. Professor Land has published on the role of democracy in protecting rights and advised human rights organizations on issues of international criminal law and procedure.

After graduation from Yale Law School in 2001, Professor Land clerked for the Honorable Denise Cote, U.S. District Judge, in the Southern District of New York. Between 2003 and 2005, she litigated copyright, trademark, and patent cases with Faegre & Benson LLP.

 


Duration: 53 minutes. Download in MP3 (50 MB).
Laura DeNardis - "Opening Innovation through Opening Standards"
Yale ISP Executive Director, Laura DeNardis, in a keynote address at the Paris Interoperability Workshop (June 24, 2009), discusses the linkage between open standards and innovation policy and presents two examples - in the areas of synthetic biology and Internet video - in which greater openness in interoperability standards is necessary to promote innovation.
Duration: 23 minutes. Download in MP3 (22 MB).
William Patry, Senior Copyright Counsel, Google
William Patry, Senior Copyright Counsel, Google - Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Duration: 41 minutes. Download in MP3 (39 MB).
Aram Sinnreich, New York University
Aram Sinnreich, New York University - Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Duration: 1 hour, 07 minutes. Download in MP3 (63 MB).
James Grimmelman, New York Law School
James Grimmelman, New York Law School - Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Duration: 28 minutes. Download in MP3 (27 MB).
Mark Webbink, New York Law School
Mark Webbink, New York Law School
Duration: 1 hour, 19 minutes. Download in MP3 (74 MB).
Motohiro Tsuchiya, Keio University
Motohiro Tsuchiya, Keio University
Duration: 58 minutes. Download in MP3 (55 MB).
Nicholas Economides, New York University
Nicholas Economides, New York University
Duration: 1 hour, 06 minutes. Download in MP3 (62 MB).
Katherine Strandburg - "User Innovation and Intellectual Property Law"
Katherine Strandburg, DePaul University - Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes. Download in MP3 (85 MB).
Marc Smith - Microsoft Research
Marc Smith -  Microsoft Research - Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Duration: 1 hour, 38 minutes. Download in MP3 (92 MB).
Chris Anderson, Columbia University - "Stabilizing the News Network"


Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes. Download in MP3 (82 MB).
Danielle Citron - "Cyber Civil Rights"


Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes. Download in MP3 (80 MB).
Richard Whitt - "The New Emergence Economics of Innovation and Growth, and What It Means for Public Policy"
Richard S. Whitt is the Washington Telecom and Media Counsel for Google Inc. In that capacity, Rick is responsible for Google’s strategy and advocacy on all wireline, wireless, and media matters before the Federal Communications Commission, other Federal agencies, and the U.S. Congress. Most recently he has represented the company’s interests on a variety of broadband policy issues (such as network neutrality), spectrum policy matter (such as the 700 MHz auction and TV white spaces), and “unregulation” of VoIP and other Web-based applications.

Prior to joining Google in January 2007, Rick founded and headed NetsEdge Consulting, a public policy consulting firm that provided legal analysis, regulatory strategy, and advocacy counsel to Google and other Web companies. From 1994 to 2006, Rick worked in the legal department at MCI Communications, where he most recently served as vice president for federal law and policy. Rick previously spent over five years as an associate attorney in the communications practices of two large D.C.-based law firms.

Rick is a 1988 *** laude graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, and a 1984 magna *** laude graduate of James Madison University. He is a resident of Washington, D.C.
Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes. Download in MP3 (83 MB).
Dan Brenner - "Who'd You Say Killed the Internet? Networks and Transparency"
Daniel Brenner is Senior Vice President for Law & Regulatory Policy at the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, Washington, D.C., where he has served since 1992. Previously, he served as Director of the Communications Law Program and a member of the faculty at UCLA Law School. He also served as Counsel to LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae (now Dewey & LeBoeuf). Brenner was Senior Legal Advisor to Chairman Mark Fowler of the Federal Communications Commission. He was also Vice-Chairman of the U.S. Delegation to the ITU World Radio Conference in Geneva, Switzerland in 1984. He has served as a consultant on telecommunications issues for the RAND Corporation and the International Media Fund, and as a Senior Fellow at The Annenberg Washington Program and serves on the adjunct faculty of Georgetown School of Law.

Brenner has served on the Board of Directors of Tekelec (Nasdaq: TKLC), an international telecommunications equipment manufacturer based in North Carolina, since 1990. He is on the Board of Cable Positive, the cable industry’s AIDS awareness organization and served as a Trustee of Stanford University from 1982 to 1987. Brenner was appointed by the President of the United States and served as a member and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting from 1986 to 1991. He is a graduate of Stanford University, Stanford Law School, and the senior executive program of Stanford School of Business.


Duration: 1 hour, 38 minutes. Download in MP3 (92 MB).