Stanford Law School Creates E-Commerce Policy Center

from the where's-Larry-Lessig? dept

Stanford Law School should get quite a bit of publicity among the blog kids about their new Center for E-Commerce, which is designed to help all different types of people (lawyers, business people, regular consumers) shape public policy and legal issues concerning the internet. Combined with a recent similar announcement coming from Duke means that perhaps (finally) we’ll get some more balanced debate on these issues. Right now, the debate is completely dominated by large corporations with huge vested interests.

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