Comparative Media and IT Law: Intersection of Free Speech, Privacy, and Copyright in Japan and the US
The first half of the class sessions will be lectures. The latter half will be built around student presentations. Students are required to make a presentation and then to submit a research paper relating to the seminar topics. Active class participation is an integral part of this seminar and will be expected of every student.
The grade will be based on class attendance, participation in discussion, a presentation, and a research paper (minimum 15 pages, typewritten and double-spaced).
Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.
Taught by Professor Yamaguchi, University of Tokyo
Comparative Media and IT Law: Intersection of Free Speech, Privacy, and Copyright in Japan and the US 713.01