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The goal of this public webinar is to discuss policy issues related to intermediary liability in the upcoming EU Digital Services Act.
Friday, 30 October 2020, 14:15 – 16:00
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This symposium explores cutting-edge regulatory challenges with respect to managing cybersecurity and privacy-related issues arising from the deployment of ‘smart’ robotics. The symposium is held under the aegis of the research projects ‘Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analysing the Law’ (SIGNAL) and ‘Vulnerability in the Robotic Society’ (VIROS).
This symposium explores some of the myriad borders – legal, geopolitical, technical and conceptual – that inhere in, frame or catalyze regulatory challenges in the areas of cybersecurity and data privacy. The symposium is the second of four annual conferences that are being held under the aegis of the research project ‘Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analyzing the Law’ (SIGNAL).
PhD candidate Samson Yosef Esayas at the Department of Private Law will present his PhD project: "Data Privacy and Competition Law in the Age of Big Data".
Jon Bing Memorial Seminar 2018
The symposium explores some of the current challenges and developments in cybersecurity from a predominantly legal perspective. Its title, borrowed from Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, encapsulates the fundamental tension that arises from attempts to secure cyberspace.
Speaker: Dr Jaclyn Kerr - Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Global Security Research (CGSR) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
The investigation of child sex predators in the online environment has led police in some countries to use "sting operations", posing as children in chat rooms and other social media to interact with suspected child groomers. In more complex investigations, police have assumed the online identities of members of child exploitation rings in order to penetrate these often highly protected Networks
Presentation by Roger Clarke.
Roger Clarke is an independent consultant in the strategic and policy implications of advanced information technologies, with a particular focus on eBusiness, information infrastructure, and dataveillance and privacy. He is a Visiting Professor in Computer Science at the Australian National University (ANU), and a Visiting Professor in Law at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He has also held Visiting Professorships at the University of Hong Kong (2002-07), the University of Bern, and the University of Linz.
Guest lecture Dr John Selby from Macquarie Universitet, Australia
We welcome all interested to this year’s Jon Bing Memorial Seminar.
Seminar presented by Alvaro M. Bedoya, Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law.