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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 Room R4

Issues in the Disclosure of Sources and Information:

1A  Damian Carney (Portsmouth) 
         'Truth and the Unnamed Source'.
 1B   Lawrence McNamara (Reading)
          'Countering Terrorism: Journalists' Legal Obligations to Disclose Information to the Authorities'.
 1C  Neil Richards (Washington University in St. Louis)
         'A Theory of Intellectual Privacy'.

Session 2: September 7th 13.45 - 15.15 Room R4

 Developments in European Law:
 
2A - Irini Katsirea (Middlesex)
            'Product placement after the AVMS Directive: The case of Germany and the UK'.
2B   Daithí Mac Síthigh (UEA) 
          'The European Convention on Transfrontier Television'

Session 3 September 8th 09.30 - 11.00 Room R4

 European and Domestic Developments:
 
3A   Tom Gibbons (Manchester)
           'The Relationship Between Reputation and Privacy'.
3B   Michael Harker (UEA)
         'Vertical Restraints in the Broadcasting Industry: Content is King'

Session 4 September 8th 11.30 - 13.00 Room R4

 Comparative Approaches:
 
4A    Ewa Komorek (Trinity College, Dublin)
           'Rywingate and beyond. Polish media law navigates the doldrums'.
4B    Eliza Varney (Keele)
           'The Protection of Disability Rights in the Regulation of Information and Communication Technologies'.

Available Papers and Abstracts

Truth And The Unnamed Source by Damian Carney.
The Protection of Disability Rights in the Regulation of Information and Communication Technologies by Eliza Varney.
“Countering Terrorism: Journalists’ Legal Obligations to Disclose Information to the Authorities” by Lawrence McNamara.
The future of the European Convention on Transfrontier Television by Daithí Mac Síthigh.
Theoretical and Practical Problems with Assimilating Reputation and Privacy by Thomas Gibbons.
A Theory of Intellectual Privacy by Neil Richards.
"Rywingate and beyond. Polish media law navigates the doldrums" by Ewa Komorek .
Vertical restraints in the broadcasting industry: content is King by Michael Harker.