Freedom of Thought
By Jon Festinger on September 4, 2019
In class I said I would post my first outline for a text (and perhaps also a course) on Freedom of Thought in the Digital Age. Many of the issues outlined here will show up in various forms and guises as we explore the Video Game Law course. Should you wish to share any thoughts […]
“Life As A Game: Legal Consequences of A.I. Individuated MEdia” @ More Than Just Game lV, April 5, 2018, London U.K.
By Jon Festinger on April 8, 2018
This past week I once again had the pleasure of giving a talk at fourth annual “More Than A Game ” conference in the U.K. As seems to always be the case, the ideas for the talk were germinated during this course, especially during our various collective musings about Artificial intelligence in video-games. Thanks are […]
“Trusting Ourselves: Freedom of Thought in Virtual Realities” @ More Than Just A Game lll, April 6, 2017, London U.K.
By Jon Festinger on September 10, 2017
Again this past April I was honoured to participate in my wonderful colleague, Professor Gaetano Dimita’s outstanding annual international “More Than Just a Game” conference, in London, U.K. The conference was fittingly put on at historic Stationers’ Hall by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, aided and abetted by a group […]