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​​​​​6/16/2020 | Anette Beebe speaks at ABA's Doxing, Bullying and Sextortion: The Legal and Social Landscape of Technology Facilitated Harassment, Online/Webinar
Moderated by Jennifer Durkarski, panelists Anette Beebe and Elisa D'Amico present a webinar entitled Doxing, Bullying and Sextortion: The Legal and Social Landscape of Technology Facilitated Harassment which discussed the practicalities of what lawyers can and must do to successfully represent clients facing online harassment that is sexual in nature and those representing companies hosting content that may be impacted by online harassment. The webinar covered the process of representing victims and platforms, addressing the preservation of electronic evidence, filing civil actions, battling forensic issues, handling common legal hurdles, ethical issues, using available tools appropriately for the removal of intimate media from the internet, and other key concepts.​​

6/1/2020 | Anette Beebe speaks with Community Signal about President Trump's Executive Order, Online/Podcast
President Trump entered an Executive Order on May 28, 2020 (on preventing online censorship) targeting platforms like Twitter.  Anette Beebe joined Patrick O'Keefe on Community Signal , a podcast for online community professionals.  The title of the episode is Trump's Executive Order is a danger to Online Communities.

3/26/2020 | Anette Beebe speaks at International Technology Law Association webinar on Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Small Firms
With COVID-19 causing governments to recommend (if not compel) “remote only” or virtual work for businesses across the world, law firms of all sizes need adapt to these changed circumstances. Hosted by ITechLaw, and joined by Charles Mudd and Claire Bernier, Anette Beebe shared insight on operating a virtual law practice through a webinar titled Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Small Firms.

2/19/2020 | Anette Beebe attends DOJ's Workshop on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, Washington, DC
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is known for its the federal law that provides immunity to websites for content provided by a third-party.  Think of websites and applications like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Yelp!, for example.  Unfortunately for the lovers of the Internet, Section 230 has come under fire and, consequently, finds itself again in the crosshairs of Congress.  The DOJ hosted a four hour public workshop entitled "Section 230 – Nurturing Innovation or Fostering Unaccountability?" and Ms. Beebe had the opportunity to be in the audience.  "The workshop seemed to be the same tired arguments about how humans are bad and how tech needs to find a way to fix the bad human problem.  It also seemed to be an attempt to push Attorney General Barr's push to end end-to-end encryption which is a valuable data privacy and security tool," said Ms. Beebe. 

2/6/2020 - 2/8/2020 | Anette Beebe speaks at ABA's Forum on Communication Law 25th Annual Conference, Austin, TX
In connection with the Forum's annual conference, Anette Beebe participated as a Facilitator for the Hot Issues on the Internet Workshop covering ADA Compliance and Websites and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.


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