Gikii 2014 programme

Here is the draft Gikii 2014 programme, visit the Gikii website for more details.

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Draft programme.

Sunday 31st August

6.30 pm. Pre-conference drinks

Fortune of War, Brigthon, BN1 1NB.

September 1st

9.30-10 Registration and refreshments

10-10.15 Welcome andintroduction

10.15 – 11.30 – Regulation

Jas Purewal, ‘First thing we do, we kill all the lawyers': an interactive quiz show about the world’s worst Internet law developments.

Monica Horten, If the dumb pipe is corroding what does the corroded pipe look like? Exploring a counter-vision of the future Internet

Jef Ausloos and Yung Shin Marleen Van Der Sype, Closing the circle: The relevancy of data protection in a fully transparent society

Daithí Mac Síthigh, Let Me Take a Shelfie: law and the first five years of Wired UK

11.30 – 11.45 Coffee

11.45 – 1 pm – Copyright

Francis Davey, Are unauthorised sequels OK? Empirical exploration of copynorms and fan fiction

Khanuengnit Khaosaeng, Copyright Creativity and Online Fandom: May the fans be with you?

Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Academic piracy peer production of open access

Abbe Brown, Green Superheroes Data and Technology: spot the odd one out?

1 – 2.15 pm Lunch

2.15 – 3.30 pm – Virtuality

Malavika Jayaram, The Gameification of Multistakeholderism

Andy Phippen, What Would Trevor Do? Is Calling a N00b a Fag Homophobic?

Debra Benita Shaw, Complex Urban Figures: Crowds Flâneurs and Cyborgs

Catherine Easton “You will never walk again… but you will fly”: Human augmentation in the known world

3.30 – 4.00 – Coffee

4.00– 5.15 – Data

Kim Barker, Amazon’s Prime or Amazon’s ‘Crime’?

Karen McCullagh, Care.data by Alan Smithee

Miranda Mowbray, Big Data: Darth Vader and the Green Cross Code Man

Edina Harbinja, Putting Her in Legal Chains: Where are the OS Terms of Service?

7.30 pm – Conference dinner

Indian Summer, 69 East St, BN1 1HQ, Brighton.

September 2nd

10 am – 11 am – Privacy

Paul Bernal, Disney Princesses 2: Frozen and the Chilling Effect?

Judith Rauhofer, The Tomorrow People

Primavera De Filippi, Societies of Control: Nineteen Eighty Four 30 Years Later

11 am- 11.30 am – Coffee

11.30 am – 12.45pm Future Law

Anna Ronkainen, Robot Judges Shmobot Judges

Derek McAuley, Law Is Not Enough

Burkhard Schafer, Surface detail – reflections on the virtualisation of punishment

Andres Guadamuz, Everything I know about decentralization, I learned from animé

12.45 – 2 pm Lunch

2 – 3.15 pm – Miscellaneous

Chris Marsden and Andres Guadamuz, Bitcoins: Ethereum or Ethereal? An investigation into the field or CAMPO

Caroline Wilson, Cross words: the Centenary Year

Alexandra Giannopoulou, We are all Diù: a tale of wiki edits disgrace and Greek politics

Andrew Adams, Sex is in the Brain of the Beholder

3.15 pm – 3.45 pm Coffee

3.45 pm – 5.00 pm – Security

Ray Corrigan, Chocolate and national security

Huw Fryer, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Tim Chown, Malicious Web Pages: What if hosting providers could actually do something…

Reuben Kirkham, The Challenges of using Human Activity Recognition as Evidence

Evangelia Papadaki, Deep Packet Inspection: A Necessary Evil?

 

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