How can constitutional provisions written two centuries ago be applied to a world defined by the rapidly evolving netwoked communication technologies of the late 20th century? This is the speech that moved journalists to proclaim CFP-1: The First Constitutional Convention of Cyberspace.
Harvard Law professor and expert on Constitutional Law, Laurence Tribe, proposes a 27th Constitutional Amendment, extending Bill of Rights protections to the domain of Cyberspace.
Laurence Tribe, Prof., Harvard Law School
Jim Warren, Chair
Order Number: CFP101
Item Type: Video; VHS; 75 minutes
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