Tech Center Cosponsors Cyber-Crime Conference on Arlington Campus

Posted: September 16, 2002 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

The School of Law’s Tech Center and the Federalist Society will present a one-day cyber-crime conference on Thursday, Oct. 3, in Arlington I. The conference will bring together leaders in government, industry, and academia to discuss important policy issues concerning cyber-crime.

Panel discussion topics include technological methods of combating cyber-crime and their constitutional, legal, economic, and ethical constraints; mechanisms for and barriers to international cooperation in combating cyber-crime, including issues related to jurisdiction, evidentiary cooperation, extradition, assistance to cooperating states, and sanctions for non-cooperation; and the capabilities of the public and private sectors to combat cyber-crime, including the distinction between the prevention of cyber-crime and the prosecution of cyber-criminals and the different interests of the sectors in protecting different kinds of resources.

Confirmed speakers include Amitai Aviram, School of Law; Joe Boyle, Riptech; Ralph Clifford, Southern New England School of Law; Manus Cooney, Napster; Makan Delrahim, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee; Mark Grady, dean, School of Law; Orin Kerr, George Washington University Law School; John Malcolm, U.S. Department of Justice; James Meek, Los Angeles Daily Journal; Michael O’Neill, School of Law and Federalist Society; David Post, Tech Center and Temple University School of Law; Alan Raul, Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood LLP; and Abraham Sofaer, the Hoover Institution.

Registration is free. A continental breakfast and buffet lunch will be provided. For more information, visit the Tech Center web site.

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