Session on "Cyberlaw" at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at DePaul University College of Law

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Professor Marketa Trimble presented her paper, “The Future of Cybertravel" at the 12th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference held at the DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Illinois, on August 11-12, 2011. The presentation discussed what the law has (or does not have) to say about evasion of geolocation or "cybertravel" -- acts by which a user makes geolocation tools believe that he is physically located somewhere other than where he is located. The presentation begins at 23:23 on the video for the session.

Other presenters at the session on "Cyberlaw" included Peter P. Swire of The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, Eric C. Chaffee of The University of Dayton School of Law, David S. Levine of the Elon University School of Law. Abstracts and information about other sessions at the conference are available on the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference website.


To view the article related to Professor Trimble's presentation, please see Marketa Trimble, The Future of Cybertravel: Legal Implications of the Evasion of Geolocation, 22 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 567 (2012).