Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Computer Law Conference programme published

We have published the draft programme for the VI Computer Law World Conference, which will take place from Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th September 2006. The programme is looking extremely good (if I may say so myself), so get going and register as soon as you can! (llamas not included). The programme for the GikII workshop (4-5 September) will be available shortly. Come to Edinburgh and enjoy the hospitality of the AHRC Research Centre for Studies in IP and Technology Law.

The programme for the main conference is:

Wednesday September 6th

9.00 - 9.30 - Registration

9.30 - 11.30 - Plenary Session

9.30 - 9.45 - Welcome message and acknowledgments: Andrés Guadamuz, University of Edinburgh and Erick Iriarte Ahón, Alfa Redi.
9.45 - 10.30 - Keynote Presentation: Ray Plzak & Steve Ryan, American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN). Title to be confirmed.
10.30 - 11.45 - Guest speaker to be confirmed.

11.45 - 12.00 - Coffee Break

12.00 - 13.30 - Cybercrime

  • Chik, Warren. Computer Crime, Cyber Crime and Challenges to Law Making: A Critical Comparative Study of the Adequacies of Computer Crime and Cyber Crime Legislation in the United States, the United Kingdom and Singapore.
  • Jones, Mark. Amending The Computer Misuse Act 1990 – An Adequate Response to the Global Denial of Service Threat?
  • Valeri, Mauro. Europe's first “On line Police station”.

12.00 - 13.30 - Policy

  • Lipskier, Natalia; Olivera, Noemí and Proto, Araceli. Legal Policies for ICT in Latin America.
  • Mathur, Tarun. Resolution of Disputes Through Artifficial Intelligence: An Interface Between Law and Technology.
  • Saravia, Miguel. Creating Prosperity through Innovation: ICTs at Work in Development.

13.30 - 14.30 - Lunch

14.30 - 16.00 - Justice System

  • Griffo Oliveira, Cristine. The convergence of Law on Computing Science.
  • Gregorio, Carlos. Access to legal information and use of information to enforce the law in Latin America and the Caribbean: a chiaroscuro that could attain an equilibrium.
  • Kuchta, Kelly. How the Technical Evolution of Electronic Discovery Will Impact Litigation in the Future.

16.00 - 16.15 - Coffee Break

16.15 - 17.45 - Governance

  • Plaza, Juan Carlos. The new IPV6 as a source of legal risks and opportunities.
  • Alvarez Cabrera, Carlos. Working Group on Electronic Emergencies: the Latin American experience.

Thursday September 7th

9.30 - 11.30 - Plenary Session

9.30 - 10.45 - Keynote Presentation: Professor Lilian Edwards, University of Southampton. Title to be confirmed.
10.45 -11.30 - Keynote Presentation: Mia Garlick, Creative Commons. Creative Commons: Five years On.

11.30 - 11.45 - Coffee Break

11.45 - 13.15 - Intellectual Property

  • Al Ramahi, Mohammad. The Ownership of Internet Domain Names.
  • Rens, Andrew. Res Communes and Creative Commons?
  • Lipton, Jacqueline. Internet Domain Names and Free Speech.

13.15 - 14.15 - Lunch

14.15 - 16.15 - Electronic Commerce

  • Menon, Rohan and Mukhija, Ketan. E-Governance in the Indian Corporate Sector: A Long Overdue Initiative.
  • Peguera, Miguel. Liability of online intermediaries in Europe: The implementation of the E-Commerce Directive exemption rules.
  • Rico Carrillo, Mariliana. Privacy and Data Protection in Payment Systems.
  • Valero, Julián and Sánchez, Daniel. Personal data protection, e-commerce, certificates service providers, trusted third parties, certificate validation, electronic identification card.

16.15 - 16.30 - Coffee Break

16.30 - 17.30 Privacy

  • De Rooy, Julie. Workplace Privacy in a Technological Environment.
  • Hoffman, Sharona and Podgurski, Andy. Privacy Rights and the Electronic Storage of Personal Health Information.

Friday September 8th

9.30 - 11.30 - Plenary Session

9.30 - 10.45 - Keynote Presentation: Professor Michael Geist, University of Ottawa. All Rights Reserved?: Cultural Monopoly, the Internet and the Trouble with Copyright.
10.45-11.30 - Keynote Presentation: Nic Garnett (WIPO). Automated rights Management Systems and Copyright Limitations and Exceptions.

11.30 - 11.45 - Coffee Break

11.45 - 13.15 - Intellectual Property

  • Haigh, Maria. Downloading Communism: File-sharing as Samizdat in Ukraine.
  • Jondet, Nicolas. La France v. Apple: who’s the dadvsi?
  • Meehan, Michael. Virtual Property, Protecting Bits in Context.

13.15 - 14.15 - Lunch

14.15 - 15.45 - Privacy

  • Ferrer Serrano, Roberto and Oliver-Lalana, Daniel. Privacy and Identity Management in Communication Processes within Organizations: Insights from the Le-Sig Project.
  • Moustakas, Evangelos and Ranganathan, C. Legislative Approaches to Tackle Unsolicited Commercial Email (Spam): A Cross-Country Comparative Analysis.
  • Reis, Fabio. The use of visual surveillance system at mass audience festivals in Brazil: looking for a balance between human rights and the need of security.

15.45 - 16.00 - Coffe Break

16.00 - 17.30 - Intellectual Property

  • Fotinopoulos, Konstantinos. The ICT European industry and software patents.
  • Granados, Palmis. Genetic Patents and Indigenous Peoples in the Third World.
  • Wang, Yueyue. Will Fair Use Survive? - Regulating File-Sharing in Research and Education.

1 comment:

Anwalt said...

These conferences are organize with time to time and the main thing which is important in these conferences are to discuss about these crime and find out its different ways to control them.