GIKII VIII: SEASIDE EDITION
9.30-10 Registration and refreshments
10-10.15 Welcome and introduction
10.15 – 11.45 – Welcome to the Beach Castle! Information and Control
Chair Dinusha Mendis
Miranda Mowbray (HP Computers), Cybersecurity: The Beach Edition
Andrew Adams (Meiji University, Japan), Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law: Who Owns My Device?
Argyro Karanasiou (CIPPM, Bournemouth), Lessons learned from the great Lobachevski: Monopoly of knowledge v. 2.0
Andy Phippen (Plymouth), Dear God! Think of the Children
11.45 – 12 noon am Coffee
12 – 1 pm – I Put My Blue Genes On; Law and the Gene Industries
Chair Chris Marsden
Ray Corrigan (Open University), BRCA [Brac]1 & 2 – The cluttered reasoning of the US Supreme Court in AMP v Myriad Genetics
Andelka Phillips (Oxford), Direct-to-consumer genetic testing, what exactly are you signing up for?
Sylvia Allouche (Bristol), Alternative constitutions (bodies and laws) in science-fictional feminist techno-utopias
1 – 2.15 pm Lunch
2.15 – 3.45 pm – Slave to the Algo-Rhythm? : Robots, cars and algorithmic control
Chair Catherine Easton
Salil Mehra (Temple University), Autonomous Cartel Robots: Agreement Technology and Competition Law
Heather Bradshaw-Martin (Oxford), Closing the loop on autonomous cars: when to take the human out of the loop
Lilian Edwards (Strathclyde), Rise of the Algorithms
Maurizio Borghi (CIPPM, Bournemouth)/ Stavroula Karapapa (Reading), The defamatory effect of Google’s autocomplete. Feeling unlucky?
3.45 – 4.15 – Coffee
4.15 – 5.30 – Surfin’ USA: Who Runs the Internet?
Chair Andrew Adams
Chris Marsden (Sussex), Hyper-power and private monopoly: the unholy marriage of (neo) corporatism and the imperial surveillance state
Alison Harcourt (Exeter), Steering non-state actors within international internet fora: the power of the state
Monica Horten (LSE), Copyright policy and lobbying: do the corporations always get their way? Three curious cases, three different outcomes
Thomas Höppner (Olswang LLP), When Robots Do Not Listen: The Robots Exclusion Protocol as Instrument to Express Usage Rights?
7.30 pm – Conference dinner at Hot Rocks
9.30 am – 10.45 am – 50 Shades of Law: Fanfic, Comics. Avatars
Chair Andres Guadamuz
Caroline Wilson (Anura Consulting), A whole new world? Amazonian Fan Fiction: Legal and Moral issues with Kindle Worlds
Kim Barker (Birmingham), The Batmobile – The IP Law of The Comic?
10.45 am- 11.15 am – Coffee
11.15 am – 12.45pm California Girls (and One Guy): The Politics of Internet Inclusion
Ch Lilian Edwards
Wendy Grossman, (Net.wars), Big Dicks and Uppity Women
Catherine Easton (Lancaster), Welcome to the Monkey House: Accessibility and equality through the eyes of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Judith Rauhofer (Edinburgh), Scientific progress goes ‘boink’” – Regulation, technological determinism and the BORG complex
Simon Phipps (Meshed Insights Ltd), How come democracy has no-one that’s speaking for me?
12.45 – 2 pm Lunch
2 – 2.45pm – Disney Girls (er Boys): Privacy and Identity
Chair Judith Rauhofer
Andres Guadamuz (Sussex), The Quantum Thief: Negotiating privacy in the hyper-connected world
Paul Bernal (UEA), True to yourself? Online identity and privacy through the medium of Disney Princesses
2.45 pm – 3 pm Comfort break
3 pm – 4 pm – QUICKFIRE SESSION! 4 PhD papers [10 minutes each, max 3 slides, 20 minutes joint questions]
Chair Paul Bernal
Lachlan Urquart (Nottingham), The Persistence of Memory: Towards the Synchronic Society
Ben Zebenbergen (Oxford), Ethical privacy framework for network researchers collecting, measuring, analysing and disseminating mobile connectivity data
Asma Vranaki (Oxford), The Irish Facebook Audit: Of Power and Relations
Hayleigh Bosher (CIPPM, Bournemouth), A Brave New Copyright: A Ludacris Solution?
4 – 4.15– coffee
4.15 – 5.30 pm – Printer is Coming! : Law and 3d printing
Chair Caroline Wilson
Dinusha Mendis (CIPPM, Bournemouth), From Napster to Thingiverse: The Copyright Implications of 3D Printing
Thomas Margoni (IViR, Amsterdam), Open Design? 3D printing and open licenses
Anna Ronkainen (Helsinki), 3D-Printed Human Spare Parts: Legal Aspects
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