Cyber Security and Cloud Computing

By June 25, 2010 Cyber Security

Agenda

Frida June 25, 2010*

Stanford Law School

8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast (Paul Brest Hall, Munger Graduate Residence)

8:30am Welcome

Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig LLP; Stanford Center for E-commerce
Bill Cosden, Silver Oak Partners LLC
Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School; Durie Tangri LLP


8:45am Five Years After MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd.: Lessons for E-commerce Businesses on Managing Secondary Liability

  • How Grokster has changed the e-commerce landscape
  • Business and technology best practices that have developed in light of Grokster
  • Secondary liability under copyright, trademark and other laws — how companies navigate the patchwork of safe harbors and exemptions created by the DMCA, CDA and similar statutes
  • Best practices for content owners
  • Best practices for intermediaries seeking to avoid litigation
  • The Google book search settlement

Moderators:

Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig LLP; Stanford Center for E-commerce
Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School; Durie Tangri LLP

Speakers:

Mary Huser, Bingham McCutchen LLP
Daniel Mandil, Motion Picture Association of America
Jay Monahan, Zynga Game Network


10:00am Break


10:20am Track A: Complying with National and International Privacy Regimes in the Age of Cloud Computing

  • Strategies for safeguarding privacy in the cloud
  • New issues surrounding the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA)
  • FTC enforcement of Safe Harbor Certifications
  • Dealing with cross-border issues
  • Using reputable systems and using maintenance services like these Hartford IT Support Companies to secure important data

Moderator:

Chuck Schwab, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP

Speakers:

Michelle Dennedy, Sun Microsystems
Lothar Determann, Baker & McKenzie LLP
Richard Salgado, Google, Inc.; Stanford Law School
Eve Saltman, OnLive, Inc.

Track B: E-commerce Patents

  • In re Bilski and its implications for IP strategy of E-commerce businesses

Moderator:

Tim Teter, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP

Speakers:

Catherine Lacavera, Google Inc.
Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School; Durie Tangri LLP
Sasha Rao, Ropes & Gray LLP
Robert R. Sachs, Fenwick & West LLP
David Simon, Intel Corporation

Track C: Online Contracts

  • Best practices with regard to drafting terms of use

Moderator:

Tim Crean, SAP America, Inc.

Speakers:

T.J. Angioletti, Oracle Corporation
Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig LLP; Stanford Center for E-commerce
Doug Phillips, Promontory Interfinancial Network LLC
Holly Towle, K&L Gates LLP


11:20am Break


11:30am Track A: Cyber Security and Cloud Computing

  • New security issues surrounding cloud computing, in addition, if you would like some services with regards to web hosting and servers then you can visit sites such as hostiserver.com
  • Making sense of the patchwork of state, federal and international laws
  • The Obama Administration’s cyber security initiative

Moderator:

Johnathan Tal, TAL Global

Speakers:

Charisse Castagnoli, Independent Security Consultant & Lecturer
Mark Cochran, McAfee, Inc.
Kevin Kalinich, Aon Corporation
Michael Lebovich, Fox Interactive Media
Philip Segal, Charles Griffin Intelligence

Track B: Best Practices for Responding to Subpoenas to Web 2.0 Companies

  • Best practices in responding to subpoenas and search and seizure orders
  • Applying the ECPA to cloud computing
  • John Doe lawsuits
  • DMCA section 512 subpoenas
  • Balancing the right to anonymous speech on the Internet against the rights of property owners to vindicate rights in dealing with anonymous tortfeasors and infringers

Moderator:

David Hansen, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Speakers:

Matt Burrows, (Formerly) Apple
Susan Freiwald, University of San Francisco School of Law
Christian S. Genetski, Zwillinger Genetski LLP

Track C: Open Source Software and Cloud Computing

  • Is cloud computing the “death of free software”?
  • Which licenses trigger copyleft obligations in cloud computing?
  • Does online use trigger “viral” obligations in open source licenses?
  • Should companies use GPLv3 software for online services?
  • Five years after SugarCRM — “commercial open source” and SaaS

Moderator:

Heather J. Meeker, Greenberg Traurig LLP

Speakers:

Jim Markwith, GE Healthcare
Nader Mousavi, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Mark Radcliffe, DLA Piper
Steve Tapia, Microsoft, Inc.


12:30pm Networking Lunch


2:00pm Track A: Online Safety

  • Best practices for preventing cyber bullying
  • Best practices for protecting minors online

Moderator:

Parry Aftab, WiredTrust

Speakers:

Danielle Citron, University of Maryland School of Law
Antone Johnson, Bottom Line Law Group
Wayne Keeley, Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU); Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB)

Track B: Internet Advertising

  • FTC Guidelines for Advertising on Social Media
  • Keyword Advertising under U.S. and E.U. law
  • International differences

Moderator:

Brian D. Fergemann, Winston & Strawn LLP

Speakers:

Daniel Brennan, Dell Inc.
Eric Goldman, Santa Clara Law School
Rose Hagan, (Formerly) Google, Inc.

Track C: Corporate Use of Social Media

  • Using social media for marketing or crisis management
  • Best practices regarding employee use of social media

Moderator:

Nathaniel Trelease, WebCredenza, Inc.

Speakers:

Gregg Lemley, Ogletree Deakins P.C.
Kevin O’Keefe, LexBlog
Shabbir Safdar, Virilion Inc.


3:00pm Break


3:20pm Track A: Who owns data on the Web? User ownership of data, portability of data, interoperability

  • Facebook Inc. v. Power Ventures Inc.
  • Content ownership in massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) and virtual worlds
  • Screen scraping of user-generated content
  • Phone portability

Moderator:

William Sloan Coats, Kaye Scholer LLP

Speakers:

Jennifer Golinveaux, Winston & Strawn LLP
Greg Lastowka, Rutgers School of Law
Lydia Parnes, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati LLP

Track B: Antitrust/Mergers & Acquisitions

Moderator:

Alec Chang, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Speakers:

Buddy Arnheim, Perkins Coie LLP
Joe Grundfest, Stanford Law School
Renata Hesse, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati LLP

Track C: Alternative Payment Systems

Moderator:

Chris Hoofnagle, UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law

Speakers:

Oliver Breme, Cleverbridge
John Muller, PayPal, Inc.
Clint Smith, TrialPay, Inc.


4:20pm General Counsel Forum

  • What keeps GCs up at night
  • How to contain cost for legal fees/alternative billing arrangements

Moderators:

Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig LLP; Stanford Center for E-commerce
Mark Lemley, Stanford Law School; Durie Tangri LLP

Speakers:

Alex MacGillivray, Twitter
John Muller, Paypal, Inc.
Erika Rottenberg, Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, LinkedIn Corporation
Kate Rundle, Oclaro, Inc.
Doug Solomon, NetSuite, Inc.


5:20pm Reception

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