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18:00 - 19:30 20 October 2010
Internet and E-Rights: Challenges and Perspectives
Moots Court Room |
Endsleigh Gardens | London | WC1H 0EG |
Dr Daithí Mac Síthigh, Lecturer, University of East Anglia
Spyros Pappas, Member of Brussels and Athens Bars
Andrew Murray, Reader in Law, LSE
Emily B. Laidlaw, PhD Candidate, Department of Law, LSE
This event will present some of the major legal issues that are raised through the ongoing evolution of internet applications. Search engines responsibilities, private data, social networking and net neutrality are a few examples of themes that will be presented by a number of distinguished experts.
The UCL Student Human Rights Programme is a dynamic proactive human rights organisation affiliated to the UCL Institute of Human Rights, led by students and advised by human rights academics and professionals. Because our rights are worth protecting, the UCL SHRP seeks to foster a vibrant culture of human rights within UCL and wider communities by initiating awareness, instigating debate and inspiring action.
The panel will be chaired by Ben Allgrove, Partner at Baker & McKenzie LLP.
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