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Programme

Session 1: September 5th 13.45 - 15.15 Room H1

Data Protection and Network
1A  Abu Bakar Munir (Malaya) and Siti Hajar Mohd. Yasin (Mara),
      The Malaysian Personal Data Protection Act 2010: Too Little, Too Late?
1B  Julia Hönle (Queen Mary),
       Computing in the Clouds & the Reach of EU Data Protection Law
1C  Rebecca Wong (Nottingham Trent),
       The Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC:idealisms and realisms
1D  Giovanna De Minico (Naples "Federico II"),
        Europe - The United Kingdom - Italy: a comparison of Universal Service, Broadband and Next Generation Network Policies
1E  Michael Landau (Georgia State),
       New Technology, New Media, New Markets: The Importance of Contract

Commentators:  Julia Hönle, Chris Marsden and  Faye Wang

Session 2: September 5th 15.45 - 17.15 Room H1

 Data from Internet, Data on Internet: issues of law and politics (Round Table Discussion)
2A Audrey Guinchard (Essex),
      Data from Internet, Data on Internet: issues of law and politics
2B Paul Bernal (UEA),
       The Internet: A New Frontier for Human Rights
2C Emily Laidlaw  (UEA),
       Corporate governance regulatory structure for addressing human rights disputes with online companies
2D Joe Sekhon (Portsmouth),
       From saint to sinner? The end of the road for the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC?
2E Stefan Fafinski (Leeds),
      Crime, Risk and the Internet

Commentators:  Audrey Guinchard and  Faye Wang

Session 3 September 6th 09.00 - 10.30 Room H1

Digital IP Rights (Round Table Discussion)
3A Marion Oswald (Winchester),
       Freedom of Information in cyberspace: what now for copyright?
3B Asma A.I. Vranaki (Oxford),
       Is code law in the copyright network of YouTube? - An empirical analysis of the relationship
    between law and technology in YouTube
3C Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth),
       The future of the Digital Economy Act 2010
3D Eben Duah (Aberystwyth),
       The "graduated response" approach to tackle online piracy in the UK. How does this conflict
    with internet account holders'fundamental rights?
3E Anan Shawqi Younes (Leicester),
       Trade-marks and Domain Names: to what extent the private international law can be used as
    a solution in treating the challenges of applying the trade-marks dilution-basis of protection

Commentators: Audrey Guinchard and Faye Wang

Session 4 September 6th 13.30 - 15.00 Room H1

Legal Education, Conflicts of Law and Internet Regulations
4A  Faye Fangfei Wang, ODR Simulation in Legal Education (funded by Nominet Trust) & Julia Hörnle (Queen Mary), 
      Experiences of Queen Mary LLM Distance Learning: ODR showcases 4B Stuart Weinstein and Charles Wild (Hertfordshire),
      Teaching Online Dispute Resolution to Law Students - When Academic Literature Meets Reality
4C Jan Oster (King's), 
      Rethinking Shevill: Conceptualizing the EU Private International Law of Internet Torts
4D Chris Marsden (Essex),
      Internet Co-Regulation: European Law, Regulatory Governance and Legitimacy in Cyberspace

Commentators: Julia Hönle and Faye Wang

Available Papers and Abstracts

"The Internet: A new frontier for human rights" by Paul Bernal.
Freedom of Information in cyberspace: what now for copyright? by Marion Oswald.
Rethinking Shevill Conceptualising the EU Private International Law of Internet Torts against Personality Rights by Jan Oster.
Internet Co-Regulation and Constitutionalism: Towards a More Nuanced View by Christopher T. Marsden.
Rethinking Shevill: Conceptualizing the EU Private International Law of Internet Torts by Jan Oster.
The Digital Economy Act 2010 – R.I.P.? The future of the Digital Economy Act 2010 by Dinusha Mendis.
Data from Internet, Data on Internet: issues of law and politics by Audrey Guinchard .
New Technology, New Media, New Markets : The Importance of Contract by Michael Landau.
The Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC: Idealisms and Realisms by Rebecca Wong.
“Teaching Online Dispute Resolution to Law Students – When Academic Literature Meets Reality”. by Stuart Weinstein & Charles Wild.
Is code law in the copyright network of YouTube? – An empirical analysis of the relationship between law and technology in YouTube. by Asma A.I. Vranaki.
Europe - The United Kingdom - Italy: a comparison of Universal Service, Broadband and Next Generation Network Policies by Giovanna De Minico.
Freedom of Information in cyberspace: what now for copyright? by Marion Oswald .
Europe - The United Kingdom - Italy: A Comparison Of Universal Service, Broadband And Next Generation Network Policies by Giovanna De Minico.
The Internet: A New Frontier for Human Rights by Paul Bernal .