Larry was a guest this week on TWIT’s “This Week in Law,” which covered the week’s most interesting developments in technology policy and law. Topics included “moral panic” over Google Glass (a year ahead of the product’s actual availability!), copyright and 3D printing, the AP/Justice Department subpoenas, and patented soybeans. Always a fun conversation with [...]
On March 27th, Larry and co-author Paul F. Nunes will host a webinar at Harvard Business Review on their recent article, “Big Bang Disruption.” “Big-Bang Disruption: Why Classic Business Rules Don’t Apply” is free. Register here.
Larry spoke on Bloomberg TV’s “In the Loop” show this morning, following up on his Harvard Business Review post last week on AereoTV’s “barely legal by design.”
Larry returns to the panel for “This Week in Law”‘s 200th episode spectacular, joining co-hosts Denise Howell and Evan Brown. As always, the live podcast will cover a wide range of topics covering the week’s events in technology law and policy. The show airs live at 11 AM Pacific time on Friday, March 1st. Or [...]
Larry will deliver the keynote address at the annual meeting of the Independent College Bookstore Association in Bellevue, WA. The ICBA is the largest organization of on-campus college bookstores run by the schools.
Larry will be participating in next week’s State of the Net conference, sponsored by the Congressional Internet Caucus. Held every year in Washington, SoTN helps the bi-partisan CIC set its agenda for technology policy in the coming year. Larry will be on a panel titled “Should Congress Rewrite the Telecom Act?” The answer is: Yes. [...]
Larry’s short book, “A Rational Response to the Privacy ‘Crisis,‘” is being published today by The Cato Institute. It is available free as a PDF. The book reviews the current dissonance in defining what consumer “privacy” means in the era of big data, and traces the historical roots of the debate in the United States [...]
Larry will be moderating a panel titled “Washington and the Startup Economy: First Do no Harm,” on Wed, Jan. 9, 2013 at noon at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, NV. The panel is part of the Innovation Policy Summit, and will take place in the North Hall of the Convention Center in Room [...]
Larry will participate in a panel discussion in Washington on Dec. 13th titled, “CopyRIGHT: Can Free Marketers Agree on Copyright Reform?” The even takes place from 3-4:15 in the U.S. Capitol, Room HC-8. The event is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is required. With the recent issuance and withdrawal of a key [...]
On Nov 27th, Larry will moderate a discussion on the upcoming U.N. treaty negotiations over Internet governance at Stanford Law School. Panelists include former U.S. Ambassador David Gross and Google Policy Counsel Patrick Ryan. Attendance is free and open to the public.