Legal issues in cyberspace : videorecordings, 1997
- Stanford, Calif. : Board of Trustees, Stanford University, 1998.
- Physical description
- 10 videocassettes: col; VHS.
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- Stanford Channel (Television network : Stanford, Calif.)
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- Ten programs from the telecourse Legal Issues in Cyberspace taught by Prof. Margaret Jane Radin in the fall of 1997. Speakers are Margaret Jane Radin, Kathleen Sullivan, Philip Zimmermann, Pamela Samuelson, Alexander Silverman, Mark Stefik, Michael Bayle, Mark Manasse, Janet Cooper Alexander, and David Johnson. Subjects include encryption, copyright, business models, payment systems, trademark issues, and governance.
- Alexander, Janet Cooper.
- Bayle, Michael.
- Johnson, David.
- Manasse, Mark.
- Radin, Margaret Jane.
- Samuelson, Pamela.
- Silverman, Alexander E.
- Stefik, Mark.
- Sullivan, Kathleen M., 1955-
- Zimmermann, Philip (Philip R.)
- Copyright > Computer programs > United States.
- Data encryption (Computer science) > United States.
- Electronic commerce > United States.
- Electronic commerce > Law and legislation.
- Internet > United States.
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- The Stanford Channel is managed by Stanford University's Information Technology Systems and Services (ITSS), specifically Communication Services. Its broadcasts include telecourses, original programs, lectures, conferences, and Stanford sports events.
- Administrative transfer, 1999.
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