Symposium - China's Revolution in Information Technology: Ethical Issues
|Authors:||Mei Gechlik Stanford Law School|
Eric Priest University of Oregon Law School
Denis Simon University of Oregon
Xiong Zhang Beihang University
|Date:||August 16, 2011|
|Location:||142 Knight Law Center|
With the expanding use of information technology in China, a wide range of ethical issues have arisen regarding surveillance, intellectual property, freedom of speech, e-goverment, and innovation practices.
These ethical issues will be addressed by a distinguished panel of experts in internet censorship and intellectual property, information systems development in China, Chinese patent law, and Chinese business practices and technology innovation.
- Mei Gechlik, Director of the China Guiding Cases Project and Microsoft Rule of Law Fellow, Stanford Law School; President and CEO, Good Governance International, a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit
- Eric Priest, Assistant Professor, Law School, University of Oregon
- Denis Simon, Vice Provost for International Affairs, University of Oregon
- Xiong Zhang, Professor, Computer Theory and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing, China
This event is free and open to the public. It is held in conjunction with the Computer and Information Sciences Pacific Rim Summer Workshop in Global Distribute Software Development and is cosponsored by the Department of Computer and Information Science and the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Funding is provided by the UO's National Resource Center for East Asian Studies and the National Science Foundation. For more info, please call (541) 346-1521.
See Symposium Poster for additional information.