While technology and related intellectual property move at breakneck speed, some may be surprised that many historical bias issues have found new lives on the Internet. Take a moment to reflect with the speakers about how it came about that the Apple celebrity photo breach involved photos of female actresses. Learn about the California Attorney General’s February 2014 announcement of the arrest of the alleged owner and operator of a revenge porn website who facilitated the posting of 400+ sexually explicit photos of (mostly women) whose ex-boyfriends and husbands posted photos and then allegedly extorted victims for as much as $250 each to remove the illicit content. Learn how social networking websites that solicit content from users that characterize women in unflattering and defamatory ways have used the Communications Decency Act to defend themselves. Learn how cyber-bullying has included disturbing references to race, gender and sexual orientation. What role should social networking sites play in controlling and monitoring hate speech? Consider shifting bias reflected in the trademark dispute over Washington’s football team name. Who’s responsible for diversity in emoticons? What about homophobic lyrics in popular music? And, on the copyright front, is a spin-off or a parody of a classic to transform it into different cultural context, an original work protected under the Copyright Act in its own right, or is this infringement? Discuss these issues and many more in this 1 hour technology and bias-packed session.