On Tuesday, John P. Wilson Professor of Law Brian Leiter was a guest on WNPR's show, "Where We Live." Together with Danielle Citron and Senator Gary LeBeau, he discussed the extent to which First Amendment protections should be extended into cyberspace.
On their website, WNPR sums up the conversation:
Our discussion this morning
kept circling back to some central questions--questions we've been dealing with and will continue to deal with on Where We Live
How is the internet changing our social contract? What rights are we
willing to give up in order to maintain order in the digital world?
And as the internet continues to fundamentally change the course of
global communications and transactions--what new rules should govern
online life and what, if any, new rights must we protect?
You can listen to the show here.