David Levine speaks at two forums on information, technology and media
Elon Law Professor David Levine presented recently at Albany School of Law and MIT.
On April 5, Levine spoke at a symposium at Albany School of Law titled, “Government/Information/Networks/Technology.” The symposium covered a series of topics that included cybersecurity, freedom of information law and other topics related to computer networks and information security. Levine’s presentation was part of a panel entitled “Watched and Being Watched.” Also participating in the panel were Bryan Choi of the Yale Law School Information Security Project and Nadiha Syed of Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP.
On May 3, Levine presented a paper at the Media In Transition Conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology entitled “Tailoring Trade Secrecy: The Moral Imperative of Industry-Specific Application of Doctrine,” co-authored by Frank A. Pasquale III of Seton Hall University School of Law. The paper discussed, among other topics, a potential for future conflict between people seeking information in various fields (finance, media, energy, etc.) and firms who wish to preserve the secrecy of their methods.