September 14, 2005 | By Danny O'Brien

Boucher in the Bay Area

Congressman Rick Boucher (D-VA) continues to be one of the smartest voices
on technology policy in Washington, and a strong advocates on the Hill for fair use and
reform of the DMCA. He's been involved in Net issues for over a decade (his first Internet legislation helped open the Internet up for public use in 1992), and has worked hard to reconcile all sides in the copyfight.

This Monday lunchtime, he'll be talking at Stanford Law School on DC's
reaction to MGM v. Grokster, and possible options for legal online music
delivery.

If you're local to the Bay Area, this will be a rare chance to gain insight into current Washington thinking, as well as potential future twists and turns in the battle for sensible copyright policy.

Monday September 19, 2005
12:30-1:30 PM
Room 180
Stanford Law School (directions)
Open to All
Lunch Served

Full details on href="http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/events/archives/representative_rick_boucher.shtml">Stanford's
Law Center site.


Deeplinks Topics

Stay in Touch

NSA Spying

EFF is leading the fight against the NSA's illegal mass surveillance program. Learn more about what the program is, how it works, and what you can do.

Follow EFF

Privacy is a human right: Data retention violates that right | @AmerQuarterly https://eff.org/r.irnm

Aug 29 @ 11:12am

Court buys government's shell game blocking Klayman case plaintiffs from challenging NSA spying: https://eff.org/r.8hi0

Aug 29 @ 9:25am

How China is strong-arming coders to abandon their open source projects: https://eff.org/r.wso1

Aug 28 @ 4:20pm
JavaScript license information