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Foundations of Internet Policy: A comparative perspective

Contents

Faculty

MIT Faculty

Hal Abelson

Daniel Weitzner

Taylor Reynolds

Jessie Stickgold-Sarah

SJTU Faculty

Weijia JIA

Yue WU

Cunqing HUA

Kai XIAO

Yongpei LIU

Course Calender

DAY Morning Afternoon Evening

Sunday 2 July (Day 0)

14:00-15:30

Meet-and-greet and discussion of preparatory assignments
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall, Minhang Campus

18:00-20:00

Welcome reception and dinner
Venue
  • Academic Exchanges Center Restaurant, Minhang Campus

Monday 3 July (Day 1)

8:00-11:30

Introduction - historical overview
  • Foundations of Internet policy in the US [Daniel WEITZNER, MIT] ](8:00-8:45)
  • China foundations [Kai XIAO, SJTU] )(8:45-9:30)
Tea Break ((9:30-9:50)
Information platforms
  • Regulation of Internet Platforms [SJTU- Kai XIAO] (9:50-10:35)
  • Regulation of Internet Platforms [MIT - Danny] (10:35-11:20)
  • Questions and discussion 11:20-11:30
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall, Minhang Campus

14:00-17:30

Compare foundational legal approach in U.S./China
  • 14:00-14:15 Introduction to activity.
  • 14:15-14:45 Activity 1: Review materials, determine answers to questions a, b, c.
  • 14:45-15:15 Each group reports their answers; group discussion; questions.
  • 15:15-15:45 break
  • 15:45-16:45 Activity 2 & 3.
  • 16:45-17:30 Group presentations and cross-group discussion.
[SJTU- Kai XIAO, Yue WU, Junhua TANG]
Venue
  • School of Software, Room 5218, Room 5200, Minhang Campus

19:00-20:00

Big Data Security [SJTU-Weijia JIA]
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall, Minhang Campus

Tuesday 4 July (Day 2)

8:00-11:30

Privacy
  • FTC Privacy regulatory paradigm [Daniel WEITZNER - MIT] ](8:00-9:30)
  • Smartphone privacy [Cunqing HUA (9:50-10:50), Kai XIAO - SJTU (10:50-11:20)]
  • Questions and discussion 11:20-11:30
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall,, Minhang Campus

14:00-17:30

Privacy policy compliance

For a technical product, students will compare the privacy policy to the technical specification. Evaluate whether spec meets privacy policy. End with lessons learned re: designing for privacy.
Activity: designing for privacy

  • 14:00-14:30 introduce scenario and activity
  • 14:30-15:00 examine privacy policy
  • 15:00-15:30 examine technical spec and make connections
  • 15:30-16:00 break
  • 16:00p-16:30 small groups: summary of (mis)match between policy & spec
  • 16:30-17:30 Discussion & “lessons learned” about designing for privacy. What to consider as an engineer?
[SJTU – Cunqing HUA,Yue WU, Kai XIAO] Representative from Financial Co.
Venue
  • School of Software, Room 5218, Room 5200, Minhang Campus


Wednesday 5 July (Day 3)

8:00-11:30

Online Consumer Financial Protection
Tea Break 9:30-9:50
US IoT security policy [Daniel WEITZNER - MIT] (9:50-11:05)
  • Wyndham
  • FTC IoT Security report
Questions and discussion (11:05-11:15)
11:30 Admin building A407 Meeting President Jiang Sixian
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall, Minhang Campus

14:00-16:00

Introduction to moot court
[Tianxiang XIE - SJTU, Representative from Financial Co.]
[SJTU –Tianxiang XIE, Weijia JIA]
Venue
  • School of Software, Room 5218, Room 5200, Minhang Campus


Thursday 6 July (Day 4)

8:00-11:30

Intellectual Property
  • US foundations [Hal ABELSON - MIT] (8:00-9:00)
  • Discussion (9:00-9:15)
  • Introduction to Friday activity (9:15-9:30)
Tea break 9:30-9:50
Venue
  • School of Software, Lecture Hall, Minhang Campus

14:00-17:40

Moot court on data leakage case in China [SJTU –Yongpei LIU]

Sample moot court timeline:

  • 14:00-14:30: teams prep
  • 14:30-16:00: attorney & amici 15m testimony, 5m questions
  • 16:00-16:20: Break
  • 16:20-16:40: Justices deliberate
  • 16:40-16:50: Justices deliver verdict
  • 16:50-17:40: Discussion
Venue
  • Law School, Xuhui Campus

19:30-21:00

Talks with professors & students at Antai Economic & Management School
Venue
  • Antai Economic & Management School, Xuhui Campus


Friday 7 July (Day 5)

8:00-11:30

Economic development, innovation and inclusion [MIT - Taylor] (9:30-11:00)
  • Economic background (Two-sided markets)
  • Internet platforms & economic growth
  • Platform comparisons (CN/US/Others)
  • Regulation of platforms
  • Economic/Social considerations

File:Reynolds-PlatformEconomics-MIT-SJTU-2017-Short-V1.pdf

Economic development, innovation and inclusion [SJTU]
Venue
  • Law School, Xuhui Campus

14:00-17:30

Final project- identify paths for future US/China policy work

Project structured based on key topics discussed during the course of the week

  • Internet Monitoring & Policing: A comparative study for US and China (Group project)
[SJTU- Kai XIAO, Yue WU, Cunqing HUA ,Junhua TANG, one or two faculty members from law school]]
Venue
  • Law School, Xuhui Campus

18:00-20:00

Farewell dinner
Venue
  • Teachers’ Recreation Center Restaurant, Xuhui Campus