|| May 9-11, 2002
at The John Marshall Law School,
Mark Eckenwiler is Senior Counsel in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice. His areas of responsibility include federal wiretap law, computer search and seizure, and online investigations. An Internet veteran for almost two decades, Mark has written and spoken widely on such issues as anonymity and free speech, e-mail stalking laws, Internet jurisdiction, electronic privacy, and the Fifth Amendment implications of cryptographic keys. His articles have appeared in The National Law Journal, Legal Times, American Lawyer, Civil RICO Report, Internet World, and NetGuide. Mark holds an A.B. cum laude from Harvard in History and Literature and an M.A. in Classics (Ancient Greek) from Boston University. After receiving his J.D. cum laude from New York University School of Law, he clerked for U.S. District Court Judge I. Leo Glasser in the Eastern District of New York.