The blog of Harvard Law School‘s Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs has shone a well-deserved spotlight on the Cyberlaw Clinic’s Clinical Instructional Fellow Kit Walsh! In Kit’s own words, “[t]he laws that govern information are the laws that govern how we express ourselves, make sense of the world, and debate the course of our society.” And, he describes himself as “an activist at heart.” Kit also describes some projects that he and the Clinic’s students have been doing recently on issues relating to intellectual property and digital civil liberties, including the “podcast patent” case and a recent amicus effort concerning law enforcement use of cell phone location data.
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