GIK II pre-event @ TILTing 2019
Location, Tilburg University Campus, Dante Building, Room DZ3
9.30-9.40, Leenes/De Conca, Welcome & Opening
9.40-10.00, Matteo Nebbiai, Do Data Protection Authorities dream of electric sheep?
10.00-10.20, Nicolo Zingales, Ghostbusting individual-level market power
10.20-10.40, Gijs van Maanen, PSD2: an essay on privacy, identity, and the problem of indirect consent
10.40-11.00, Amy Thomas, An Easter Egg Hunt: Cultural Borrowing in Video Games
11.00-11.10, Coffee Break (provided)
11.10-11.30, Gerard Jan Ritsema van Eck, “I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined”: Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’ album and the culture of surveillance
11.30-11.50, Robbert Coenmans, Designing legal systems for Dungeons & Dragons – Pacta sunt servanda: a warlock’s challenge
11.50-12.00, Angela Daly, You wouldn’t download a car but you might 3D print a house? Why IP owners need not worry (yet) about real-life Star Trek Replicators
12.00-12.20, Sascha van Schendel, Predictive analytics in Lord of the Rings: Power, data & safeguards
12.20-12.40, Janos Meszaros, ‘I know what you did in GTA!’ – Gamers and data protection
12.40-14.00, LUNCH BREAK (lunch not provided, see map for where to eat on Campus)
14.00-14.20, Jiahong Chen, Fifty Shades of Grey(lists). Towards a Strong List-based Approach to Data Protection Law
14.20-14.40, Niel ten Oever, Transmetropolitan Revisted: Why the Present-Future is Boring
14.40-15.00, Linnet Taylor, Supervillains and assholes: how scapegoating acts as a brake on technology regulation
15.00-15.20, Silvia De Conca, Colonization of the spirit: real-life laws vs Ken Liu’s The Perfect Match and A Good Hunting.
15.20-15.30, Coffee Break (provided)
15.30-15.50, Smarika Kumar, Neuralities of the Rogue : Some Questions for Accountable Living
15.50-16.10, Caroline Calomme, Catalina Goanta, Kody Moodley, The Laws of Virtual Game Worlds: A Study on User Perceptions
16.10-16.30, Rossana Ducato, Arianna Rossi, Transparency, the First Avenger. A proposal for a Transparency Impact Assessment
16.30-17.00, Megan Rae Blakely, Arrival : Virtual World Terms and Conditions as a Weapon or a Tool?
17.00-17.30, Ronald Leenes, Ronald’s surprise presentation (maybe) + Closing