Today, Educause Live! will feature Robert M. O'Neil, former President of the University of Virginia and Founding Director of the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression conducting a talk from 1-2pm Eastern. The talk, "Constitution Day 2008: Free Speech in Cyberspace," will cover:
... a brief overview of several novel and emerging dimensions of free expression in digital communications: how the Supreme Court has dealt with Internet speech under the First Amendment, problems posed by the content of web pages on university servers, the emerging challenge of "invasive" sites like Juicycampus.com, the largely fruitless quest for legal relief by victims of cyberattacks (including the challenge of "unmasking" anonymous critics), and the status of "sexually explicit" material on college and university servers.
The event is free, but you will need to register here.