The Fordham Center on Law and Information Policy (CLIP) and Data & Society are hosting Neil Richards for a talk about his new book Intellectual Privacy. Refreshments and book signing will follow the talk.
Please note that this event is being held at Fordham Law. RSVP required, below.
About Intellectual Privacy:
Most people believe that the right to privacy is inherently at odds with the right to free speech. Courts all over the world have struggled with how to reconcile the problems of media gossip with our commitment to free and open public debate for over a century. The rise of the Internet has made this problem more urgent. We live in an age of corporate and government surveillance of our lives. And our free speech culture has created an anything-goes environment on the web, where offensive and hurtful speech about others is rife. (More…)
About Neil Richards: Professor of Law, Washington University | @neilmrichards