Deadline 15 March 2017
The Information Law Group at the University of Sussex is pleased to announce its annual PhD and Work in Progress Workshop on 3 May 2017. The workshop, chaired by Professor Chris Marsden, will provide doctoral students with an opportunity to discuss current research and receive feedback from senior scholars in a highly focused, informal environment. The event will be held in conjunction with the Work in Progress Workshop on digital intermediary law.
We encourage original contributions critically approaching current information law and policy issues, with particular attention on the peculiarities of information law as a field of research. Topics of interest include:
- internet intermediary liability
- net neutrality and media regulation
- surveillance and data regulation
- 3D printing
- the EU General Data Protection Regulation
- blockchain technology
- algorithmic/AI/robotic regulation
- Platform neutrality, ‘fake news’ and ‘anti-extremism’ policy.
How to apply: Please send an abstract of 500 words and brief biographical information to Dr Nicolo Zingales by 15 March 2017. Applicants will be informed by 30 March 2017 if selected. Submission of draft papers by selected applicants is encouraged, but not required.
Logistics: 11am-1pm 3 May in the Moot Room, Freeman Building, University of Sussex.
Afternoon Workshop: all PhD attendees are registered to attend the afternoon workshop 2pm-5.30pm F22 without charge (programme here).
Financial Support: Information Law Group can repay economy class rail fares within the UK. Please inform the organizers if you need financial assistance.