Internet Law Critical for Start-Ups

More than one generation of  Americans have grown up with the Internet. If you’re younger than 22 you don’t remember  a time without Internet. Yet the social and legal structures still have not caught up to the reality of a networked communication society.

Start-Ups need to be very careful when offering products and services not only to comply with the legal landscape but also to provide best practice in their business and for their clients.

Lawrence Lessig, director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University gives an account on the current state on the occasion of his appointment as Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School with a lecture titled “Aaron’s Laws: Law and Justice in a Digital Age.”

Listening to the complete lecture is essential for every Entrepreneur in the Start-Up space. Check the video here.

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