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Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) Series

We offer computer-mediated seminars through our interactive Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) series. Topics have included intellectual property and privacy on the Internet, domain name dispute resolution, and the emerging law of discovery in litigation of information stored in digital form. Selected offerings are open to the public and do not require payment of a fee. more >

We offer computer-mediated seminars through our interactive Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) series. Topics have included intellectual property and privacy on the Internet, domain name dispute resolution, and the emerging law of discovery in litigation of information stored in digital form. Selected offerings are open to the public and do not require payment of a fee.

Below you will find information about and/or links to websites (archived) from previous programs.

2003 Series

2002 Series

  • Privacy in Cyberspace: 2002, led by Professor John Nockleby
  • Violence Against Women on the Internet, led by Berkman Fellow Diane Rosenfeld

2001 Series

2000 Series

1999 Series

1998 Series

In the spring of 1998, the Berkman Center debuted its inaugural offerings. Professor Arthur Miller taught Privacy in Cyberspace and Professor William Fisher taught Intellectual Property in Cyberspace. Featured in stories in Wired magazine, The Boston Globe, and The New York Times, the two projects drew over 1,500 participants from around the world.

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Last updated February 18, 2008

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