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Information Technology Law Institute 2009 - New York: Web 2.0 and the Future of Mobile Computing: Privacy, Blogs, Data Breaches, Advertising, and Portable Information Systems

Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce that Loeb partner Thomas Guida is speaking at the upcoming Information Technology Law Institute.

From the Practising Law Institute site:

Why You Should Attend
Society is rapidly transitioning to Web 2.0 with an increasing reliance on mobile devices, including iPhones, BlackBerrys, and Treos. The legal issues that formerly related only to the Internet now must be considered in the context of the constantly changing world of mobile computing. This is a program for those who must stay current on Web 2.0 legal issues. At this year’s Information Technology Law Institute, you will learn about hot button legal issues including protecting trademarks on Web 2.0, the best information security and privacy practices, how to negotiate Web 2.0 deals, social networks and blogs, and advertising in the mobile world.

What You Will Learn

  • Laws that impact the use of mobile devices for communicating with consumers
  • Key negotiation issues in business transactions for mobile platforms
  • Opportunities and liabilities surrounding social networks, blogs, and mobile devices
  • The continuing battle over use of key words and meta-tags
  • Best practices as to privacy and data security
  • Content distribution in the mobile and wireless universe
  • The future of advertising and product placement

Who Should Attend
This program is aimed at technology and intellectual property lawyers, in-house counsel and outside counsel, and all lawyers who need to be on the cutting edge of legal changes in IT law. Business professionals, computer professionals and information managers who need to keep up-to-date with the dramatic changes in this area will also find this program valuable.