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    The Big Picture Berkman Center Previews Cyberlaw News/Discussion Site
    posted by michael on Thursday May 09 2002, @03:19AM

    lawgeek writes "Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society is previewing its new website dedicated to Internet law news, discussion, and information."



    We're currently gathering a membership including some of the country's leading cyberlaw experts, as well as inviting a select group of interested individuals to see what we're up to. The ultimate goal is to host a forum for vigorous discussion of today's most important Internet law and policy issues amongst lawyers, students, technologists, and the public. The site is called "Greplaw," and we hope to see you there!

     
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    Re: Berkman Center Previews Cyberlaw News/Discussi
    by Ernest_Miller on Thursday May 09 2002, @04:46PM (#6228)
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    Everyone is welcome at LawMeme (www.lawmeme.org) as well.
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    Re: Berkman Center Previews Cyberlaw News/Discussi
    by LawGeek (mcd@NOSPAM.pair.com) on Thursday May 09 2002, @04:05AM (#6212)
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    We did release a pre-beta version of the site a while ago, but a fuller release (i.e., to places like ICANNWatch) was stalled because of the name change. We dropped our first name because there were some potential conflicts with it that we hoped to avoid. I hope that if you've seen the site in the past, you'll come by now -- it has greatly improved.

    We welcome ANY questions or comments about the site.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Berkman Center Previews Cyberlaw News/Discussi
    by bal (icannotgetjustice@just-us.icann) on Thursday May 09 2002, @06:48AM (#6214)
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    Nice site! Much faster than ICANN.org.

    Not to ICANN.org webmaster: phpnuke is obsolete.
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