Guide to the Legal Issues in Cyberspace Videorecordings V0188 V0188

Finding aid prepared by Daniel Hartwig
Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Stanford University Libraries.
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Stanford, California, 94305
Repository email: speccollref@stanford.edu
November 2010

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Title: Legal issues in cyberspace videorecordings
Identifier/Call Number: V0188
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 10.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Date: 1997
Summary: 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.
creator: Stanford Channel (Television station : Stanford, Calif.)

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Administrative transfer, 1999.

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Legal Issues in Cyberspace Videorecordings (V0188). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Biographical/Historical Sketch

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Description of the Collection

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.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Alexander, Janet Cooper.
Alexander, Janet Cooper.
Bayle, Michael.
Bayle, Michael.
Johnson, David.
Johnson, David.
Manasse, Mark.
Manasse, Mark.
Radin, Margaret Jane.
Radin, Margaret Jane.
Samuelson, Pamela.
Samuelson, Pamela.
Silverman, Alexander E.
Silverman, Alexander E.
Stanford Channel (Television station : Stanford, Calif.)
Stefik, Mark.
Stefik, Mark.
Sullivan, Kathleen M., 1955-
Zimmermann, Philip (Philip R.)
Zimmermann, Philip, ((Philip R.))
Copyright--Computer programs--United States.
Data encryption (Computer science)--United States.
Electronic commerce--Law and legislation.
Electronic commerce--United States.
Internet--United States.
Videorecordings.

 

Videos

Box 1

Program #1: “Introduction to Cyberspace,” Margaret Jane Radin V188.1

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #2: “The Zoning of Cyberspace: Legal Approaches to the Regulation of Online Content,” Prof. Radin and Kathleen Sullivan V188.2

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #3: “Encryption: Technological Savior or Recipe for Anarchy?” Philip Zimmermann V188.3

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #4: “Copyright I: Maximalists, Minimalists, Framers and Linkers,” Pamela Samuelson V188.4

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #5: “Copyright II: Copyright Enforcement Technologies: The New Economics of Intellectual Property,” Alexander E. Silverman and Mark Stefik V188.5

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #6: “Success and Failure in Electronic Commerce: Business Models and Online Advertising,” Michael Bayle V188.6

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #7: “Creating and Electronic Commerce Ecosystem: Digital Cash and Payment Systems,” Mark Manasse V188.7

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #8: “Re-thinking Minimum Contracts: Jurisdiction and Choice of Law in Cyberspace,” Janet Cooper Alexander V188.8

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #9: “Evolutionary IP and the Question of Sovereignty: Domain Names and Trademark Issues,” Margaret Jane Radin V188.9

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 1

Program #10: “How Shall the Net Be Governed? Internet Governance and the Legal Future of Cyberspace,” David Johnson V188.10

Physical Description: 1.0 videotape(s) (VHS)