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Seventh International Conference on Information Law and Ethics 2016
Broadening the Horizons of Information Law and Ethics
A Time for Inclusion Pretoria, South Africa

MONDAY - February 22, 2016
08.00-08.50 Registration & Coffee/Tea
08.50-09.00 Room 1 - SRC Chambers
Opening of the 7th ICIL 2016
Maria Bottis & Theo Bothma
  Room 1 - SRC Chambers Room 2 - EB 1-25
09.00-11.00 Privacy and Data Protection
Chair: Coetzee Bester
Freedom of Expression
Chair: Pieter Duvenage
09.00-09.30 Niloufer Selvadurai, Australia's mandatory data retention laws: Necessary national security measure or unreasonable intrusion of privacy? Ndumbaro Daniel Damas, The cyber law and freedom of expression: The Tanzanian perspectives
09.30-10.00 Shana Rachel Ponelis, Data for development: A double-edged sword? Abioye Abiola, Freedom of information law enforcement in Nigeria: Emerging issues from court cases
10.00-10.30 Costas Popotas, The European dimension of data protection: set law, case law and future perspectives Deswal Ved Pal Singh, Right to information as a fundamental right in the era of civilization
10.30-11.00 Charles Manga Fombad and Abdulrauf Lukman Adebisi, The African Union's Data Protection Convention 2014: A possible cause for celebration of human rights In Africa? Monica Steffen Guise, How free are Brazilians to speak online? Empirical evidence from the 2014 presidential election
11.00-11.30 BREAK
Special Speaker
Room 1 - SRC Chambers
Chair: Theo Bothma
Johannes Britz

'What is information ?’ A personal reflection on how this Information Science 101 question helped shaped my mind in the development of information ethics
Keynote Speaker
Room 1 - SRC Chambers
Chair: Theo Bothma
Rafael Capurro

Honorary Chair of the conference
In search of Ariadne's thread in digital labyrinths
13.00-14.00 LUNCH
  Room 1 - SRC Chambers Room 2 - EB 1-25
14.00-16.00 Intellectual Property Chair: Steve Cornelius Health and information law issues Chair: Maria Bottis
14.00-14.30 Lisa Lukose, Patent ever greening: Law and ethics Terence Moyana, Transitioning from traditional to electronic medical records - ethical issues
14.30-15.00 Jorge Aimite, Emerging issues in electronic contracting in the laws of South Africa and Namibia where one party is a "Robot" Jane Wathuta, Social and psychological aspects of information in HIV prevention in sub-Saharan Africa
15.00-15.30 Nikos Koutras, The concept of private property from Plato's ideas to bundle theory and the emergence of copyright protection in the environment of open access Ludovica Poli, MAP techniques: Balancing the right to anonymity of gamete donors and surrogate mothers and the right of the baby to be informed on his/her own origins
15.30-16.00 Hauser Julian (YSF, 20 minutes), Sharing is caring vs. stealing is wrong: A moral argument for limiting copyright protection Theofano Papazissi, Information and confidentiality: The example of Greek medical law
16.00-16.30 BREAK
16.30-18.30 Media law and ethics / law and technology / open communications
Chair: Theofano Papazissi Chair: Shana Rachel Ponelis
16.30-17.00 Braam van der Vyver, The State vs Oscar Pistorius: A critical analysis of the court of public opinion Baboolal-Frank Rashri, The use of information technology in South African courts
17.00-17.30 Mervat Abou Oaf, Evolution of media law and policy in Egypt within the fast-changing media landscape Daniel Muthee & Elizabeth Wambiri, The ethical and quality implications of legal education in Kenya
17.30-18.00 Martha Mamolise Falatsa, The role of private radio stations in promoting free debate in Lesotho: Dilemma of absence of information law and media policy Kanwal Deepinder Pal Singh, Tax privacy, information laws and ethics
18.00-18.30 Andreas Kalogeras, Ancient Greek civilization and the world­wide-web: Redefinition of educational goals and future challenges Ochoa Nicolas, Why data law cannot be reduced to data protection law
19.00 for 19.30 Gala Dinner Protea Manor Hotel, Hatfield
TUESDAY - February 23, 2016
08.00-08.30 Registration & Coffee/Tea
  Room 1 - SRC Chambers Room 2 - EB 1-25
08.30-11.00 Freedom of Expression Chair: Rafael Capurro Information, data and people's rights Chair: Damas Daniel Ndumburo
08.30-09.00 Pieter Duvenage, The public sphere and the Information ethics Gora-Btaszczykowska Agnieszka, How to protect rights by informing about rights? Some remarks about Polish law
09.00-09.30 Bezemek Christoph, Behind a veil of obscurity - anonymity, encryption, free speech and privacy Sunita Tripathy, Theorising the relationship between law, technology and ethics while protecting client attorney privileges in India
09.30-10.00 Tobias Keber, Secrecy vs. publicity in modern (digital) democracies - The case in Germany and according to European human rights law Sylvia Papadopoulos, Decoding the web of data protection compliance
10.00-10.30 Anyaegbu Mercy Ifeyinwa, Intellectual freedom and censorship in the eyes of Nigerian law Eugenia Alexandropoulou & Maria Nikita, The Greek regulatory framework for personal data protection (following the implementation of the relative E.E. directives)
10.30-11.00 Sylvia Ifemeje, The Nigerian Information 2011: A veritable tool for good governance Jain Garima & Sanjeev Sahni, Stewing in betrayal and deceit: Internet infidelity in Indian context
11.00-11.30 BREAK
Keynote Speaker
Room 1 - SRC Chambers Chair: Maria Bottis PaulSturges Rich and varied ethical standards: The idea of freedom of expression as a universal value in a world of many cultures
Special Speaker
Room 1 - SRC Chambers Chair: Rafael Capurro Philip Brey The fit between Information technology and cultural values
13.00-14.00 LUNCH
Special Speaker
Room 1 - SRC Chambers Chair: Ugo Pagallo Steve Cornelius Legal aspects of information as a corporate asset
  Room 1 - SRC Chambers Room 2 - EB 1-25
14.30-17.00 Chair: Eugenia Alexandropoulou Chair: Paul Sturges
14.30-15.00 Sizwe Lindelo Snail ka Mtuze, Cyber security law - with an emphasis on cyber terrorism Konstantinos Kalemis, The power of information on the religion of others: Marginalization and alienation of Muslim students in Greece and the EU
15.00-15.30 Ugo Pagallo, The broken promises of democracy in the digital era Arpan Banerjee, Internet censorship in India: Beyond the legal
15.30-16.00 Umejiaku Nneka Obiamaka, Legal framework for the enforcement of cyber law and cyber ethics in Nigeria Airen Adetimirin, Awareness and knowledge of cyber ethics by Library and Information Science doctoral candidates in two Nigerian universities
16.00-16.30 Eduardo Magrani, The besieged connected public sphere Sahni Sanjeev, Garima Jain & Indranath Gupta, Understanding digital piracy in India through the lens of psychological, sociological and cultural factors
16.30-17.00 Claudio Lucena, iGorithm: You are what you browse Sanjeev Sahni, Indranath Gupta & Arpita Biswas, Digital piracy in India: The myth of socio-economic factors leading to piracy
17.00-17.15 BREAK
17.15-18.15 Young Scholars Forum I Chair: Maria Bottis Young Scholars Forum II Chair: Nikos Koutras
17.15-17.35 Irini Kalogera, Sustaining memory: Corfu as a UNESCO traditional heritage monument - culture and future perspectives Salau Olaniyi, Data protection in an emerging digital economy; the case of Nigerian Communications Commission: Regulation without predictability?
17.35-17.55 Aikaterini Yannoukakou, Does open data alone lead to open government? Kaushik Pulkit, Cyber laws to curb cyber victimisation of women in India and other developing countries: A comparative critical legal analysis
17.55-18.15 Malgieri Gianclaudio, Customer information between privacy and intellectual property: A multi-level management of data Ali Muhammad Imran, The role of laws in combating online child sexual abuse in South
18.15-18.30 Closing of the conference Maria Bottis, Theo Bothma, Coetzee Bester

ICIL 2019 Final Programme 11

11 July - St. Anselm University

12:00 Reception
14:00 - 15:00 WELCOME PLENARY
MIUR: M. Iezzi S.Anselm Vice
Rector: P. Nouzille
Organizers: Botti, Marturano, Innamorati
15:00 - 15:45 Plenary
INVITED: N. Poloudi
Digital technology: emancipating or binding?
Chair: A. Marturano
15:45 - 16:45 Session 1
Chairs: Spence - Gresko
16:45-17:00 Coffee Break
17:00 - 18:00 Session 2
Chairs: Mantovani - Marturano
18:00 - 18:15 Coffee Break
18:15-19:30 Roundtable
Political uses of Social Media
Barberis, Saraceni, Botti, Mitrou
Chair: Innamorati
19:30 - 21:00 WELCOME PARTY
Local wine tasting, snacks and music show

12 July - University of Rome, Tor Vergata

08:15 - 09:15 Transfer to Tor Vergata
09:30 - 10:15 Welcome and plenary
Univ. Tor Vergata Representatives
10:15 - 11:15 Session 1
Chairs: Mantovani - Popotas
11:15 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:45 Panel:
Explainable Intelligent Systems and the Trustworthiness of Artificial Experts
Speith, Bräuer, Oster, Langer
Chair: M. Innamorati
12:45 - 13:15 Special Plenary
Foundation of a new information law organization in Greece
Botti, Mitrou
Chair: M. Botti
13:15-14:45 Lunch
14:45 - 15:45 Session 2
Chairs Marturano - Miller
15:45 - 16:45 Session 3
Chairs Miller - Gresko
16:45 - 17:00 Coffee Break
17:00 - 18:00 Session 4
Chairs Spence - Servisole
18:00 - 19:00 Transfer to St. Anslem
19:00 - 22:30 CONFERENCE DINNER @ Consolini

13 July - St. Anselm University

09:00 - 09:45 Plenary INVITED: M. Barberis
Three explanations of (e-)populism: Homo oeconomicus, Homo psychologicus, Homo digitalis.
Chair: M. Anselmi
09:45 - 10:45 Session 1
Chairs: Innamorati - Botti
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:00 Session 2
Chairs: Servisole - Visintin - Spence
Botti, Innamorati, Marturano
Final Remarks: S. Visintin
ICIL is proud to announce that in 2016 we host 55 speakers from twenty one different countries and from all five contiments of the world,
so true to its title 'A time for inclusion'

European UnionIndiaBrazilAustriaAustraliaCanadaEgyptLuxembourgFranceGermanyGreeceItalyKenyaNamibiaNetherlandsNigeriaPakistanPolandUSASouth AfricaSwitzerlandTanzania