BCLT Privacy Lecture: Digital and Physical Company Towns in the Age of Public Capitalism

Prof. Jon Michaels, UCLA School of Law

Commentators:

Ellen P. Goodman
Professor of Law
Rutgers Law School

Jamal Greene
Dwight Professor of Law
Columbia Law School

Thursday, October 29, 2020
2:30 – 4:30 P.M.
Online Event

REGISTER HERE This event is free of charge and open to the public.

Big tech today has its own supreme court, is poised to coin its own currency, and is building various company towns, complete with housing, transportation, retail, and green spaces. These interventions reveal much about our present-day political economy, the health of our democracy, and our views about the state and the market. As Prof. Jon Michaels will explore in this year’s BCLT Privacy Lecture, these interventions signal potentially seismic shifts in how we approach questions of constitutional law, corporate governance, and security and privacy.

Profs. Ellen Goodman of Rutgers and Jamal Greene of Columbia will offer reactions to Prof. Michaels’ talk. Audience members will also be welcome to pose comments or questions.

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