The Information Law and Policy Centre held its second annual workshop on 9th November 2016. The workshop’s theme was: ‘Restricted and Redacted: Where now for human rights and digital information control?’.
The workshop brought together a wide range of legal academics, lawyers, policy-makers and interested parties. A number of key themes emerged in our panel sessions including the tensions present in balancing Article 8 and Article 10 rights; the new algorithmic and informational power of commercial actors; the challenges for law enforcement; the liability of online intermediaries; and future technological developments.
The following resources are available online:
- Full programme
- Workshop summary write up: “Information Law and Policy Centre’s annual workshop highlights new challenges in balancing competing human rights”
- Special Issue of “Communications Law” journal: Articles by Rosemary Jay, Federica Giovanella and Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay and Allison M Holmes.
- Presentation: David Mangan, Dissecting Social Media: Audience and Authorship, (audio and slides)
- Presentation: Tara Beattie, Censoring online sexuality – A non-heteronormative, feminist perspective, (audio and slides)
- Presentation: ILPC Annual Workshop, Wenlong Li, Right to Data Portability (RDP), (audio and slides)
- Presentation: ILPC Annual Workshop, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Intermediary Liability and Community Wireless Networks Design Shaping (audio and slides)