Free Speech and the Internet

May 24 - 25th, 2019

Paul Brest Hall Stanford, CA

Friday, May 24

How Should Free Speech Principles Apply to the Content Policy of Internet Platforms?
•    Danielle Citron, University of Maryland Carey School of Law
•    Niall Ferguson, Stanford University
•    Mary Anne Franks, University of Miami Law School
•    Eugene Volokh, UCLA Law School
Moderator: Nate Persily, Stanford Law School

Posting While Conservative: Should We Be Worried About Platform Censorship?
•    Harmeet Dhillon, Dhillon Law Group
•    Joan Donovan, Harvard Kennedy School
•    Glenn Reynolds, University of Tennessee School of Law
•    John Samples, Cato Institute
Moderator: Daphne Keller, Stanford Center for Internet & Society

Saturday, May 25

Global Platforms in Nations with Different Free Speech Principles
•    Megan Metzger, Stanford University
•    Dawn Nunziato, The George Washington University Law School
•    Alex Stamos, Stanford University
Moderator: Morgan Weiland, Stanford University

Junior Scholars’ Panel: Internet Speech and the Next Generation

Lunch & Keynote
•    Ted Ullyot, Facebook General Counsel 2008-2013

The Monopoly Problem
•   Victoria Baranetsky, Center for Investigative Reporting
•    Thomas Kadri, Yale Law School
•    Douglas Melamed, Stanford Law School
Moderator: Barbara van Schewick, Stanford Law School

What Should Government and Platforms Do (or Not Do) About Fake News?
•    Marvin Ammori, Stanford Center for Internet and Society
•    Kelly Born, Hewlett Foundation 
•    Kate Klonick, St. John’s University School of Law
•    Olivier Sylvain, Fordham University School of Law 
Moderator: The Hon. Lucy Koh, United States District Judge


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