MIT 6.805/STS085: Ethics and Law on the Electronic Frontier
Harvard Law School: The Law of Cyberspace -- Social Protocols
Fall 1998

Studies by students in the class.

Each paper is an extensive study produced by a joint group of Harvard Law School and MIT students. Summaries of the study were presented at an end-of-term conference on December 6, 1998 at Harvard Law School.

Caution: Most of the HTML versions of the papers below are missing the footnotes, compliments of Microsoft's Word->HTML conversion routine.

Digital Identity in Cyberspace
by Paul Covell, Steve Gordon, Alex Hochberger, James Kovacs, Raffi Krikorian, Melanie Schneck
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A Framework for Privacy Protection
by Christian Baekkelund, David Kelman, Ann Lipton, Alexander Macgillivray, Piotr Mitros, Teresa Ou
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Spread Spectrum: Regulation in Light of Changing Technologies
by Stuart Buck, Dedric Carter, Donna Dutcher, Andrew Garcia, Devendra Kumar, David Pearah, Andres Rodriguez
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The Future of Trespass and Property in Cyberspace
by Benjamin Adida, Enoch Chang, Lauren B. Fletcher, Michelle Hong, Lydia Sandon, Kristina Page
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Digital Rights Architectures for Intellectual Property Protection
by Jason Chicola, Dawn Farber, Mami Karatsu, Joseph Liu, Karl Richter, John Tilly
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Universal Access and Universal Service: Lowering the Barriers to Entry into Cyberspace
by Matamba Austin, Peggy Chen, Jeff Doering, Hazel-Ann Mayers, Lars Oleson, Serrin Turner, Nadia Vinson
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Democratic Structures in Cyberspace
by Jennifer Chung, Jason Linder, Ian Liu, Wendy Seltzer, May Tse
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Sovereignty on the Internet: Ways to Prevent Cyberanarchy
by Bryan Adams, Christopher Beland, Brian Crist, Mark Lee, Sharie Mendrey, Betsy Rosenblatt
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