Tech Center Cohosts Policy Forum on Internet Regulation
Posted: November 10, 1999 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., (BNA) and George Mason’s National Center for Technology and Law present the 1999 BNA Public Policy Forum on E-Commerce and Internet Regulation on Monday, Nov. 15, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. This comprehensive forum features a discussion of the emerging ground rules for the digital economy by lawmakers and members of the legal profession who are active in the debate.
Gov. James Gilmore, chair of the federal Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce and author of the nation’s first comprehensive state Internet policy act, gives the keynote address on Internet taxation. John Place, vice president and general counsel of Yahoo!, presents the luncheon address.
Panel discussions include “The Emerging Ground Rules for Internet Commerce,” “New Challenges for the IP Specialist–Protecting and Acquiring Trademark Rights in Cyberspace,” “Whose Law Applies in Global Electronic Commerce?” “Policing the Internet,” “Protecting Internet Privacy–Self-Regulation or US/EC Mandates,” and “The Controversy over Broadband Access.”
For more information, visit the forum website.