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Hauser Julian

Hauser Julian


University of Bern, Switzerland

Paper: Sharing is caring vs. stealing is wrong: A moral argument for limiting copyright protection

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URL: https://julianhauser.com/

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Kalogera Irini

Kalogera Irini

BA, MSc (cand.), Department of Archives, Library and Museum Studies
Ionian University, Greece

Paper: Sustaining memory. Corfu as a UNESCO world cultural monument-history, reality and future perspectives




Kaushik Pulkit

Kaushik Pulkit

3rd Year, B.A. LL.B
Hidayatullah National Law University, India

Paper: Cyber Laws to Curb Cyber Victimisation of Women in India and other Developing Countries: A Comparative Critical Legal Analysis

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Malgieri Gianclaudio

Malgieri Gianclaudio


Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy

Paper: Customer Information Between Privacy and Intellectual Property: A Multi-Level Management of Data

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• Student at school of excellence “Scuola Superiore di Studi Universitari e di Perfezionamento S. Anna di Pisa” enruled at the 4th year of Law.
• Research Assistant at Laboratorio Interdisciplinare Diritti e Regole LIDER-Lab (directed by Professor G. Comandé) about “Legal and regulatory implications of simulation training”.
• Student at University of Pisa, enruled at the 4th year of Law (average of exam grades: 30/30) Previous Education
• Summer School in Cyberlaw at London School of Economics and Political Science, grade A (2013).
• Degree of Scientific High School at Istituto d’Istruzione Superiore di Telese Terme, grade 100/100 cum laude (2011).

 

Research works
• Author of a legal essay about non-patrimonial damages in Italian Tort Law (“Il punto sul danno da vacanza rovinata: novità, punti fermi, questioni aperte, published in Danno e Responsabilità, 2014/3, pages 237-246).
• Spokeaman at the national conference “Giustizia penale nella rete” (Criminal justice on the web) , organized by Laboratorio Permanente di Diritto Penale, with a relation about “La tutela penalistica della personalità digitale: la sfida della patrimonialità” (The criminal protection of digital identity: a ‘patrimonial’ challenge) (being published)
• Spokesman at the international conference “Getting around the cloud(s) - “Technical and legal issues on Cloud services”, organized by Trans Europe Experts and Institute DirPolis, with a relation about “Qualifications and scopes for data processing in the cloud computing: finding shapes in the sky” (30 novembre 2013) (being published)


Paper: Customer Information Between Privacy and Intellectual Property: A Multi-Level Management of Data

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Nikita Maria

Nikita Maria

PhD candidate
University of Macedonia, Greece

Paper: The Greek Regulatory Framework for Personal Data Protection (following the implementation of the relative E.E. Directives)
Authors: Alexandropoulou Eugenia, Nikita Maria

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Nikita Maria is a PhD candidate in the Department of Applied Informatics at the University of Macedonia. She graduated from the Applied Informatics Department of the University of Macedonia and received her master’s degree on Informatics and Management at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Her PhD research concentrates on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applications supported by the RFID technology, focusing specifically to the privacy and security risks that arise through its use.


Paper: The Greek Regulatory Framework for Personal Data Protection (following the implementation of the relative E.E. Directives)
Authors: Alexandropoulou Eugenia, Nikita Maria


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Salau A Olaniyi

Salau A Olaniyi

PhD Candidate, Public Law Dept.
University of Cape Town, South Africa

Paper: Data protection in an emerging digital economy; the case of Nigerian Communications Commission: Regulation without predictability?

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PhD Candidate, University of Cape Town Faculty of Law. LL.M & LL. B., Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. B. L., Nigerian Law School, Lagos, Nigeria. Member, African Network of Constitutional Lawyers.


Paper: Data protection in an emerging digital economy; the case of Nigerian Communications Commission: Regulation without predictability?

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Yannoukakou Aikaterini

Yannoukakou Aikaterini

PhD candidate
University of Macedonia, Greece

Paper: Does open data alone lead to open government?

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Aikaterini Yannoukakou is an information analyst and a PhD candidate at University of Macedonia, Greece.


Paper: Does open data alone lead to open government?

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