I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the ICANN public meeting held in Los Angeles, California on November 13-16, 2000. Archives.
Pressing Issues II: Understanding and Critiquing ICANN’s Policy Agenda (November 2000) (co-author and co-editor of conference briefing book, joint with Rebecca Nesson and Diane Cabell)
In October 2000, I noticed that buy.com‘s product return system allowed any Internet user to view prepaid UPS return labels intended for use by some 45,000+ Buy.com customers. Labels included customers’ names, addresses, and phone numbers. Buy.com has since fixed the problem, replacing the information with an error message, but I kept a sample of the data that was temporarily publicly accessible. See coverage of the story in major media.
I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the ICANN public meeting held in Yokohama, Japan on July 14-17, 2000. Archives.
I have completed the webcast and scribe’s notes of the ICANN public meeting held in Cairo, Egypt on March 7-10, 2000. Archives.
I had the honor of submitting testimony, both in two expert declarations and orally, in National Football League, et al., v. TVRADIONOW Corporation (iCraveTV), litigation in federal court as to the propriety of iCraveTV’s retransmission of certain American television video to users nationwide and worldwide. My initial expert declaration and supplemental expert declaration.