Technology | Academics | Policy

GW Law is a participating institution in
Technology | Academics | Policy (TAP), a forum for academics leading the dialogue on the impact of technological innovation in areas including intellectual property, cloud computing, competition policy, economic growth, and privacy and security.

The TAP website is sponsored by Microsoft and features:

  • TAP Blog: Showcasing insightful posts from thought leaders including Professor Daniel J. Solove.
  • TAP Events Calendar: A listing of events covering wide-ranging topics relevant to TAP's mission.
  • TAP Media Feed: Showcasing fact sheets and quotes from TAP contributors and partners on timely topics.

GW Law, Microsoft and the TAP website highlight the Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Distinguished Speaker Series. The TAP site highlights the upcoming talks on its Events Calendar and provides write-ups of the events on its Blog.

     

     

     

     


    Spotlight Item: Dr. Ian Brown (center) with Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Distinguished Speaker Series organizers Professors Dawn Nunziato and Arturo Carrillo. The series is supported by Microsoft and publicized on the Technology | Academics | Policy website.

    Dr. Ian Brown (center) with Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Distinguished Speaker Series organizers Professors Dawn Nunziato and Arturo Carrillo. The series is supported by Microsoft and publicized on the Technology | Academics | Policy website.

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