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JOIN ONE OF OUR UPCOMING EVENTS!
Thursday October 17th, 6pm: Join Rep. Susan DelBene (D-Wash.), playwright Sharyn Rothstein, Georgetown Law Adjunct Professor Marc Rotenberg, Georgetown Professor Meg Jones and other experts for a conversation at the Arena Stage on "the right to be forgotten." The panel is being held in conjunction with the world-premiere play, Right to be Forgotten, which deals with themes surrounding free speech, privacy and the Internet. Register here.
Wednesday October 23rd, 7pm: Georgetown Night at the Arena Stage: The Right to Be Forgotten. Join Georgetown professor Meg Leta-Jones, author of Ctrl+Z: The Right to Be Forgotten, for a special show at the Arena Stage. Registration and information here. This event is for Georgetown faculty, fellows, adjuncts and students only.
Thursday October 24th, 4-6pm: Celebrate Professor Julie Cohen's new book, Between Truth & Power: The Legal Constructions of Informational Capitalism. Scholars Frank Pasquale and Siva Vaidhyanathan will join Professor Cohen to talk about her new book on platform governance and the ways in which law and technology are remaking each other. Register at www.georgetowntech.org/cohen.
Thursday November 7th, 8.30am-5.30pm: The Color of Surveillance: Monitoring of Poor & Working People. The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law's annual conference returns with a focus on workplace surveillance. The event fills up fast, so register here.
Friday November 15th, 9am-5pm: The 11th Annual Georgetown-Berkeley Conference on the Role of the Courts in Patent Law & Policy. Join federal judges, thought leaders from federal agencies, leading academics and practitioners to explore recent developments in patent law and policy. Register at www.georgetowntech.org/patents.
Tuesday November 19th, 12.15-1.30pm: Brand Politics: U.S. v. Tam and the Politics of Controversial Speech. Hear from Simon Tam, a musician and activist whose efforts to trademark his band's controversial name made it all the way to the Supreme Court. Mr. Tam will talk about the case and his memoir Slanted: How an Asian American Troublemaker Took on the Supreme Court with Professor Madhavi Sunder. Register at www.georgetowntech.org/tam.