48 Federal Communications Law Journal 5 (1995)
The first panel of From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law examines the wide range of legal and regulatory issues presented by information, including intellectual property, privacy, free expression, liability for false or damaging expression, interoperability, international trade, antitrust, and government investment in and provision of information. Participants include Anne W. Branscomb, Fred H. Cate, Brian Kahin, Ellen M. Kirsh, and P. Michael Nugent.
From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law. The Annenberg Washington Program. Friday, March 3 1995, Washington, D.C.
Branscomb, Anne W.; Kahin, Brian; Kirsh, Ellen M.; Nugent, P. Michael; and Cate, Fred H.
"Panel One: Information Issues: Intellectual Property, Privacy, Integrity, Interoperability, and the Economics of Information,"
Federal Communications Law Journal:
1, Article 2.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/fclj/vol48/iss1/2