Cyberlaw
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 1.5

1A   Uta Kohl (Aberystwyth) 
       The Rise and Rise of Online Intermediaries in the Governance of the Internet and Beyond - Connectivity Intermediaries
 1B   Paul Bernal (UEA)
        The UK, the EU, the US and the Right to be Forgotten
 1C  Damien McCallig (NUI Galway)
         The Deceased as Data Subjects: Analysis of the Scope and Application of EU Data Protection Law
 1D  Alan McKenna (Kent)
         Future directions in personal profiling - towards a more manipulative use of personal information

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room 1.5

2A Michaela MacDonald (Queen Mary),
   A Legal Framework for Virtual Property" and   
   Kim Barker & Olga Jurasz (Aberystwyth),
   Gender, Human Rights and Cybercrime: is the virtual world really that different?
2B  Sarosh Khan (Southampton) 
       The need for a new model of governing online defamation in light of the emergence of Social Web Technologies online
2C  Tine Munk (Manchester) 
       Risk-Management of Cyber Space
2D  Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth)
       The Digital Economy Act 2010: imping towards the finish line: will the ‘three-strikes' law be outdated before it can b

 

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room 1.5

3A

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room 1.5

4A

Abstracts

Future directions in personal profiling – towards a more manipulative use of personal information by Alan McKenna.
The Deceased as Data Subjects Analysis of the Scope and Application of EU Data Protection Law by Damien McCallig.
The Digital Economy Act 2010: Limping towards the finish line: will the ‘three-strikes’ law be outdated before it can be implemented? by Dinusha Mendis.
A Legal Framework for Virtual Property by Michaela MacDonald.
The UK, the EU, the US and the Right to be Forgotten by Paul Bernal.
The need for a new model of governing online defamation in light of the emergence of Social Web Technologies online by Sarosh Khan.
Risk-Management of Cyber Space by Tine Munk.

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