Judge Fogel on Consumers, Internet Technologists and Their Discontents

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At the 2011 eCommerce Best Practices Conference at Stanford University, U.S. District Judge Fogel--who had ruled in some of the best-known internet cases--shared his thoughts on internet law and what drives the really notorious internet cases. His view is that internet technologists have a tendency to talk past their customers, resulting in miscommunication that lead to lawsuits. Such lawsuits appear absurd from a purely technological and even legal point of view, but not from a consumer's point of view. At some point, internet companies are going to have to confront this disconnect.

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