Get Insight into the Legalities of Cyberspace

Cyberspace is still a bit of a wild west when it comes to some really important legal questions.

How does copyright and trade-mark law apply? Can there be privacy in a “Facebook” world? What are the jurisdictional issues of Net neutrality? What are the current legal approaches individuals and organizations can take to discourage unsolicited email?

These questions and many more will be illuminated at the Internet Law conference happening on November 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver.

The conference isn’t just for lawyers, either (although legal types certainly are advised to check it out). Executive types, CIOs, CPOs, marketing people, business development managers and others from webby and tech companies would definitely benefit from getting a handle on the fast-evolving legal trends in cyberspace.

These kinds of issues have been important for as long as there has been an Internet, but they are becoming increasingly important as the general non-techie population adopts webby tools and social media apps for their daily lives. This promises to be an awfully Insight-ful conference.