Law, Technology & Culture

CPSC 183: Law, Technology, & Culture
Brad Rosen
Fall 2021: M W, 4:00-5:15, LC 101
TAs: gilbert.orbea, leah.zukerman, paula.garcia-salazar, abby.lemert
brent.godfrey, teddy.brokaw, angela.lulu.zhang (Lulu)

CPSC 183 is a class that is open to non-majors.  You do not need a background in tech or computer science to enjoy the class.  The class offers some project options for CS majors as well.  

As a general rule, we will adapt the syllabus to take into account current events.  We may need to add supplemental readings if breaking news changes the topics being discussed. Feel free to review the syllabi from previous years, like such as the 2009201020112012201320142015201620172018, 2019, and 2020. These should give you a flavor of what the class will ultimately look like.

If you have questions prior to shopping period, please email me directly.  (Strongly encouraged)

NOTE:  Attendance in this class is not optional; participation is synchronous.  This class is not a gut.  The reviews lie.  The cake is a lie.  There is no spoon.  Tceles B Hsup.  Do not taunt happy fun ball.  You have to burn the rope

1) Attention Span Wars — You or a Goldfish?  9/1

2) The Past And the Future of Cyberlaw — 9/3

3) The Past and Future of Cyberspace – 9/8

4) What is law? (Dudley don’t hurt me…) – 9/13

5) 15 Minutes of Fame … and exploitation thereof  – 9/15

6) Introduction to Digital Copyright – 9/20

7) Fair Use and the DMCA – 9/22

8) Fair Use: Remix, Reimagine, Reuse – 9/27

9) Fair Use: Remix and Participatory Culture – 9/29