The Maryland Law Review is excited to invite you to its upcoming virtual discussion series: The Digitization of America: Emerging Issues in an America Online.

Discussion Series Details

The Maryland Law Review discussion series will focus on the numerous new legal and ethical issues propagated by America’s growing reliance on the internet and associated technologies. Put succinctly, as more aspects of American life are “online,” will our legal system resemble broadband or dial-up?

The discussion series will consist of four separate presentations by renowned legal scholars and practitioners each Tuesday between February 15 and March 8. Information on the presenters, general topics, and registration links are below.

February 15: Alysa Z. Hutnik ‘01 – Data Security and Consumer Protection

February 22: Professor Gilman – Disadvantaged Groups and the Internet

March 1: Professor Goforth – Regulation of Cryptoassets

March 8: Professor Kim – Taxation of Digital Services

Please Note – Recordings of all presentations will be made available after the final presentation. Check back later for that information.

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