NYU Law School hosts its first Information Technology Society ("ITS") Colloquium of the Spring semester next Friday, February 1st in Greenwich Village.
245 Sullivan Street, Room 334
Frank Pasquale, associate professor of law at Seton Hall Law School, is to speak...
"Internet Nondiscrimination Principles: Commercial Ethics for Carriers and Search Engines"
Frank argues persuasively that in whatever new phase -- this, the 2nd or 3rd -- of self-scrutiny about cyber-privacy, fair access and equal opportunity of information, the cyberlaw scholarship community is starting to redefine the concept of Net Neutrality from its early attention only on ISPs, phone companies and cable carriers (having identified the need to regulate carriers away from selling preferential bandwidth) to also train new attention toward Dominant Search Engines ("DSEs" ... where there is a need to monitor how search engines can affect information's level playing field).
Contact Nicole Arzt for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org