Introducing Guest Blogger Derek Bambauer

We are thrilled to welcome aboard Professor Derek Bambauer as a guest blogger.  Professor Bambauer is an Associate Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School, where he teaches Internet law and intellectual property. Next year, he will join the faculty of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. He writes about Internet censorship, cybersecurity, and intellectual property. He has also written technical articles on data recovery and fault tolerance, and on deployment of software upgrades. A former principal systems engineer at Lotus Development Corp. (part of IBM), Professor Bambauer spent two years as a Research Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School. At the Berkman Center, he was a member of the OpenNet Initiative, an academic consortium that tests and studies Internet censorship in countries such as China, Iran, and Vietnam. He holds an A.B. from Harvard College and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

His most recent publications include (see here for many more):

Conundrum, 96 Minnesota Law Review __ (forthcoming 2011)

Orwell’s Armchair, 79 University of Chicago Law Review __ (forthcoming 2012)

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