How Law Can Help Bridge the Digital Divide

Professor Geist’s regular Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) discusses how law can help bridge the digital divide. The column reflects on a recent United Nations sponsored meeting on e-commerce law in Asia which highlighted not only great enthusiasm of the developing world, but also how many are being poorly advised by conflicted consultants, self-interested companies, and some members of the intellectual property law community. The column coincides with the launch of the Techlawed Project which will seek to provide pro bono technology law training assistance in the developing world.

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