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The proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Internet, Law & Politics (IDP 2014) ‘A decade of transformations’ are now available for download here. They include contributions by two LSTS researchers: Anna Moscibroda (‘Territorial limitations in collective management of copyright after CISAC judgements‘) and Gloria González Fuster (‘How uninformed is the average data subject? A quest for benchmarks in EU personal data protection’). More information on IDP 2014 can be found here.
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Some recent LSTS publications:
– Baraliuc Irina, Sari Depreeuw and Serge Gutwirth, ‘Copyright enforcement in the digital age: a post-ACTA view on the balancing of fundamental rights‘, International Journal of Law and Information Technology, DOI: 10.1093/ijlit/eas024.
– Bellanova, Rocco and Gloria González Fuster, ‘Politics of Disappearance: Scanners and (Unobserved) Bodies as Mediators of Security Practices‘, International Political Sociology, Volume 7, Issue 2, 188 – 209, June 2013.
The Belgian Copyright Association is organizing a Study day on “Recent decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union in copyright matters” to take place on 16 November 2012 at Fondation Universitaire/Universitaire Stichting in Brussels.
For invitation, program and registration form, please click Journée d’etude – Studiedag 16 11 2012.
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In the framework of the SCRIPT Conference “Law and Transformation” currently taking place in Edinburgh, LSTS Researchers Irina Baraliuc and Sari Depreeuw will present today a selected paper, titled “Copyright enforcement in the digital era: Is ACTA a threat for privacy and data protection?”. LSTS Researcher Anna Moscibroda also contributed to the Conference discussing territorial frontiers of licensing. More information: SCRIPT Conference webpage.
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On Friday 25 May 2012, LSTS researcher Irina Baraliuc will give a presentation to introduce her ongoing research related to the FWO project “Public and private use: an online private sphere in copyright?”. This LSTS lunch-seminar is to take place from 12am to 2pm, at VUB (Room 4C306).