Cyberlaw
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A           Paul Bernal (East Anglia)

                The Resurrection of Privacy

1B            Ian King (Staffordshire)

                 Privacy and Security on the Internet: the Balance between National Interest, Individual                    Civil Liberties and the Global Society

1C           Vinícius Borges Fortes (IMED, Brazil)

                An Analysis of Violation of Privacy and Personal Data in Cyberspace as a Practice of                         Violation of Human Rights Through the Technology of Deep Packet Inspection: A                             Perspective of Brazilian Law

1D           Joseph Savirimuthu ( Liverpool)

                Wearable Technologies: Privacy in the Age of the Connected Consumer


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A           Nicola Lugaresi (Trento University)

                Accountable online pseudonymity between education and reputation

2B           Christine Rinik (Winchester)

                Identity unmasked:  the hazards of flawed anonymisation

2C           Michael Fisher and Joseph Savirimuthu (Liverpool)

                Tort Law, Autonomous Vehicles and the Ironies of Automation: The Case of Nettleship v                   Weston

2D           Christopher J. Newman (Sunderland)

                 Cleaning Up the Final Frontier: Exploring the Legal Issues relating to Space Debris

 


Abstracts

Accountable online pseudonymity between education and reputation by Nicola Lugaresi.
The Resurrection of Privacy by Paul Bernal.
Cleaning Up the Final Frontier: Exploring the Legal Issues relating to Space Debris by Christopher J. Newman.
AN ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN CYBERSPACE AS A PRACTICE OF VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH THE TECHNOLOGY OF DEEP PACKET INSPECTION: A PERSPECTIVE OF BRAZILIAN LAW by Vinícius Borges Fortes.
Identity unmasked: the hazards of flawed anonymisation by Christine Rinik.
Wearable Technologies: Privacy in the Age of the Connected Consumer by J Savirimuthu.
Privacy and Security on the Internet: the Balance between National Interest, Individual Civil Liberties and the Global Society by Ian King,.
Tort Law, Autonomous Vehicles and the Ironies of Automation: The Case of Nettleship v Weston by Michael Fisher and Joseph Savirimuthu,.
AN ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN CYBERSPACE AS A PRACTICE OF VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS THROUGH THE TECHNOLOGY OF DEEP PACKET INSPECTION: A PERSPECTIVE OF BRAZILIAN LAW by Vinícius Borges Fortes.
Cleaning Up the Final Frontier: Exploring the Legal Issues relating to Space Debris by Christopher J. Newman.
Tort Law, Autonomous Vehicles and the Ironies of Automation: The Case of Nettleship v Weston. by Michael Fisher and Joseph Savirimuthu,.
Wearable Technologies: Privacy in the Age of the Connected Consumer by J Savirimuthu.
The Resurrection of Privacy by Paul Bernal.
Privacy and Security on the Internet: the Balance between National Interest, Individual Civil Liberties and the Global Society by Ian King.
AN ANALYSIS OF VIOLATION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN by Vinícius Borges Fortes.
Accountable online pseudonymity between education and reputation by Nicola Lugaresi .
Identity unmasked: the hazards of flawed anonymisation by Christine Rinik.

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