1. Privacy and data protection

Abu Bakar, M (University of Malaya) & Siti, H M Y (UniversitiTeknologi MARA)The Right to be Forgotten: Is it Spreading?

Basu, S&Munns, C (University of Leeds) Consent and Healthcare

Bholasing, J(KPMG) Privacy in the big data era: Has the time arrived to say goodbye to ‘privacy as human right’?

Chan ONG, R(City University of Hong Kong) One Step Closer to A Right to be Forgotten in Hong Kong?

Chen, J (University of Edinburgh) The Right to Hide and the Right to Lie? The Dangers of Accuracy and the Limitations on Data Quality

Clifford,D & Verdoot, V (University of Leuven) Ad-blocking: The dark side of consumer empowerment – a new hope or will the empire strike back?

de Hingh, A (VU Amsterdam) Data and dignity

Diker, A(Anglia Ruskin University) A Critical Review of the Data Portability Rules

Douilhet, E (University of Bournemouth) A focus on “information” instead of on “data”

Easton, C (University of Lancaster) Regulating for privacy? A critical assessment of the EU Data Protection Regulation and its provisions to embed the assessment and prediction of risk in technological design processes

Goulton, S (University of Hertfordshire) Skynet – is it happening?

Harbinja, E (University of Hertfordshire) Post-mortem Privacy 2.0: Reconceptualising the phenomenon in the light of the recent changes in law and technology

Kamara, I (VrijeUniversiteit Brussel) Certification and seals for protection of the right to personal data: a reflection on the readiness of the existing evaluation and certification landscape in view of the new EU data protection legal framework

Keenan, B(London School of Economics) Where is privacy protected? A media history of secret interception warrants

Kirley, E(Osgoode Hall Law School Toronto) Trashed Online: Is Law Still Relevant to Reputation?

Klasiček, D (University of Osijek) Some open issues concerning digital inheritance

Laidlaw, E (University of Calgary) Online Shaming and the Right to Privacy

Mantelero, A (Polytechnic University of Turin) The “medieval” sovereignty on personal data. Considerations on the nature and scope of the EU regulatory model

Murphy, M H (Maynooth University) Encryption as privacy messiah and public menace: an assessment after the Paris attacks

Rauhofer, J (University of Edinburgh) Casually escaping the shipwreck of time? – Consent to cross-border data transfers post-Schrems

Swain, V(University of East Anglia) The use of non-covert forms of surveillance and the regulation of those activities

Urquhart,L (University of Nottingham) Privacy by Design and the Internet of Things: From Rhetoric to Practice using Information Privacy Cards

Vranaki, A(University of Oxford) #Learning Lessons from Cloud Investigations in Europe: Bargaining Enforcement and Multiple Centers of Regulation in Data Protection

2. Intellectual property

Angelopoulos, C(School of Advanced Study, University of London) Notice-and-Fair-Balance: The Law of Fundamental Rights in European Intermediary Liability

Barker, K (University of Wolverhampton) Taking the biscuit – KitKat and Distinctiveness?

Bosher, H (University of Bournemouth) Copying in Any Material Form: Is it an infringement of Copyright to Access Protected Material Online?

Brown, A (University of Aberdeen) Looking after the future? The digital environment, intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development

Faturoti, B (Robert Gordon University) Mapping the scope of secondary copyright infringement in Nigeria: Much ado about ’cause to do’?

Hanuz,B (University of Liverpool) Online intermediaries on the rack?

Jondet, N (University of Edinburgh) A soft stick and a bitter carrot? Assessing France’s two-pronged strategy against copyright piracy

Koščík, M & Myška, M (Masaryk University) Open Research Data: Missing Pieces in the Database Directive

Kuehnel-Fitchen, K (Robert Gordon University)Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more…” – A Review of the Relationship between Hyperlinks and Copyright with a Focus on CJEU and German Case Law

Lauterbach, T (Robert Gordon University) The concepts of caricature and copyright – uneasy bedfellows?

Lodder, A R &Polter, P(VU Amsterdam) Blocking of The Pirate Bay: what constitutes an effective measure?

Mendis, D &Bosher, H (University of Bournemouth) Swings and Roundabouts: The Impact of Legal Drafting on the Language and Understanding of Copyright Law and the Need for Educational Materials

Mendis, D (University of Bournemouth) Copyright Reform in the UK Unravelling its Impact 18 Months On

Naim, N (University of Hertfordshire) Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the spill overs effects

O’Sullivan, K(NUI Galway)The Orphan Works Directive: A Missed Opportunity and the Educational Context

Papadaki, E(University of Bournemouth) Hyperlinking, making available and copyright infringement: Lessons from European national courts

Romero – Moreno, F (University of Hertfordshire) Striking a balance between enforcement tools to tackle commercial-scale online copyright infringement and an effective human rights protection system

Sabapathy, S(University of Nottingham Ningbo China) The treatment of parody under the copyright regime in Hong Kong

Shannag, S (University of Leeds) Trade Mark Dilution in Jordan and its Effect on Technology

Sunner, L (Maynooth University) Liability for intermediary service providers for user actions in Ireland and the UK

Zatarain,J M N (University of Edinburg) The Role of Automated Technology in the Creation of Copyright Works: The Challenges of Artificial Intelligence

3. Regulation and technology

Dahiyat, E A R (United Arab Emirates University) Brokerage Disclosure in UAE: A Call for Transparency and Governance

Gillen, M(UWE Bristol) The Network and Information Security Directive: Opening the Gates of AHN’QIRAJ or Preparing for Battle.net

Immaculate, M (University of Warwick) Between Scylla and Charybdis ‘Laissez-Faire”: Lessons on the Regulation of New Technologies from a Comparative Analysis of the Regulation of Bitcoin in the United States and the United Kingdom

MacSithigh, D (Newcastle University) Studying and understanding present-day media and IT laws

Marco Colino, S (Chinese University of Hong Kong) The Future of Telecommunications Regulation in Emerging Competition Regimes: the Case of Hong Kong

Marsden, C(University of Sussex) Not fudging nudges: What Internet law can teach regulatory scholarship

Nair, A(University of Strathclyde) No Child’s Play: Mandatory Online Age Verification and Child Protection

4. Legal education

Berger, D &Wild, C(University of Hertfordshire) Refining the traditional flipped-classroom model: Teaching students HOW to think, not WHAT to think

Maharg, P (ANU College of Law) Learning / Technology

Scott, J (University of Bristol) Legal translation training – A way forward for aspiring lawyers in a clogged job market?

Tripathy, S (O. P. Jindal Global University) Methods to digitalize and create sustainable disability friendly educational environment in India

vanNoortwijk, C K(Erasmus University Rotterdam) Integrated legal information retrieval – new developments and educational challenges

Voyatzis-Hernandez X P &Gervassis N J (Plymouth University) Back to (Con)Textuality: Using Chat Services to Teach Legal Reasoning

5. Freedom of speech

Hancock, H (University of East Anglia) The camera and the citizen journalist – a force for good?

Kirley, E (Osgoode Hall Law School Toronto) Cart before the horse? Internet exceptionalism is really about digital speech

Laidlaw, E (University of Calgary) & Mac Síthigh, D (Newcastle University) Testing a framework for freedom of expression in copyright law

Leiser, M (University of Strathclyde) ‘CyberTurfing’ and other forms of online persuasion

Mangan, D(The City Law School) Online speech and the workplace: public right, private regulation

6. Cybercrime

Balajanov, E (University of Leeds) Age of criminal responsibility for cybercrimes: an insight into approaches adopted in Azerbaijan in comparison with UK

Johnson, M (University of Hertfordshire)  State Justice – Janus or Hydra?

Silva,K (Tilburg University) How industry can help us fight against botnets

7. Cyber rights and human rights

Bjarnadottir, M R (University of Sussex) Does the internet limit human rights protection? – The case of revenge porn

Rumbold, J (Kingston University) Are Cyber Rights the Key to The Digital Future?

Verdoot, V (KU Leuven) Self-regulation and children’s digital rights: in harmony or out of tune?