316.01 Intro to Cyber Law and Policy
This course will provide an introduction to the dynamic and evolving field of cyber law and policy. The course will be team-taught by multiple instructors with expertise in various government and industry sectors. The goal is to introduce students to the legal and policy frameworks that guide lawyers and decision-makers in a world of rapid technological change, with a primary emphasis on cybersecurity and privacy. We will discuss today’s threat landscape and approaches to data breaches, cybercrime by state and non-state actors, and cyberwarfare. We will also consider the legal and policy issues surrounding the collection and use of personal data, with a focus on both domestic and international data privacy protections. Other topics will also be explored, such as the impact of emerging technologies and markets (e.g., machine learning, digital currencies, platform media) and the ethical responsibilities of lawyers. Real-world case studies will be employed to allow students to weigh in on some of the most pressing issues of our time. This course is introductory in nature and no technical background is necessary.
Note: Students who have taken Law 609, Readings in Cyber Law with Stansbury, may not take Law 316, Intro to Cyber Law.
|Course Number||Course Credits||Evaluation Method||Instructor|
Research and/or analytical paper(s), 10-15 pages
|David Hoffman, Shane Stansbury|
|Sakai site: https://sakai.duke.edu/portal/site/LAW-316-01-F23|
|Email list: LAW-316-01-F23@sakai.duke.edu|
Course Requirements - JD
Course Requirements - JD-LLM-LE
Course Requirements - LLM-ICL
Course Requirements - Public Interest
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