Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/05/04/Corporate_Responsibility_and_Complicity Nicole Wong, deputy general counsel at Google, examines the challenges associated with rapidly adapting to new communication mediums like Twitter. She explains that society no longer has enough time to figure out the rules because periods between innovations continue to shrink. ----- Recent innovations in science and technology have provided human rights advocates, journalists, and scientists with new tools to expose war crimes and other serious violations of human rights and to disseminate this information in real time throughout the world. The Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley is pleased to showcase these recent developments and push new frontiers of applied research. - UC Berkeley Human Rights Center Nicole Wong is Associate General Counsel for Products and Intellectual Property at Google. Prior to joining Google, Wong was a partner at the law firm of Perkins Coie, LLP, where she led a team of attorneys specializing in Internet law, including online content regulation, intellectual property, privacy, security and eCommerce. In addition to her practice, Wong is a frequent speaker and author on issues related to law and technology. Wong previously served as co-chair of the Practising Law Institutes Internet Law Institute and as an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law where she taught media law. Wong speaks at national and international conferences regarding Internet issues and, in April 2000, testified before the House of Representatives regarding the Fourth Amendment and the Internet. She received her law degree and a Masters degree in Journalism from the UC Berkeley.
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