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Greplaw opens today
By a member of the hurd, Section News
Posted on Sat Jun 22nd, 2002 at 07:27:40 GMT
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School is excited to announce the grand opening today of a new cyberlaw community discussion forum: Greplaw.


Our (admittedly lofty) goal? To make Greplaw the most interesting, useful, and frequently updated source of Internet law and policy news and discussion on the Internet.

How do we plan to do that? By connecting with the ever-growing number of cyberlaw-related news sites and law weblogs. That way, we can provide a common forum for the processing and integration of ideas and perspectives on developments that impact the Internet community as a whole: the evolution of copyright, the development of DRM technology, the enactment of new Internet-related legislation, legal aspects and implications of free software and open source, privacy issues and more.

Greplaw is run by Harvard Law School students and alumni and geared for a broad audience. Thus our aim is to make cyberlaw understandable and accessible to those who are new to the subject, while giving those already "in the know" a daily dose of interesting tidbits to chew on.

We also expect to bring a little attitude into the mix.

With this announcement we invite the Internet community to join the Berkman Center to weigh in with story submissions, ideas, and (of course) opinions.

Come check it out. We'll see you there!


The Greplaw staff
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