I got invited to take part in the Regulating Search symposium at Yale Law School next month and desperately wish I could have made it, but SES Chicago 2005 begins on Dec. 5, my flight plans were already set for that. But Gary might be taking part, and there are plenty of other good speakers and interesting panels, including:
- Search Engines and Public Regulation
- Search Engines and Intellectual Property
- Search Engines and Individual Rights
I'm looking forward to hearing what discussion comes out of the event. Interested in attending? More info is here, and registration prices here (it's cheap, only $165 for corporate types and much less for students and academics).