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Is the Computer Simulated Reality from the Matrix our Current Reality and How Does that Affect our Privacy Rights?
October 29, 2016
In conjunction with Suffolk Law’s Intellectual Property Concentration, and under the guidance of Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau, JHTL produces a series of podcasts on topical issues of law, technology, and IP.
The podcasts are available here.