Gikii programme and app

Lolcat Builder at work

Gikii will start next Monday. Alas, I will not be joining this year, but the programme looks amazing. If you are not attending, have an Android phone, and would like to get the full lolcat experience that is Gikii, why not download our very own Gikii Lolcat Builder? (based on code by Apps-for-Android, isn’t open source great?) Update: You need to download the new version of the app and reinstall it if it was giving you an error message. You will need to have an .apk installer from the Market.

Monday 27 June:

09:00 – 09:45 Registration

09:45 Introduction

10:00 – 11:15 My Favourite Game: Copyright, Contract and Kids

Mathias Klang: Mashing YouTube – copyright just ain’t copyright no more

James Griffin: An EULA! An EULA! My copyright kingdom for an EULA!

Andrea M. Matwyshyn: Digital Childhood

Dinusha Mendis: The ‘Hangover’ over a Tattoo – Hangover 2: The debate about tattoos and copyright rumbles on…

11:15 Coffee

11:30 – 13:00 Open Your Eyes

Ray Corrigan: A case study in overcoming cultural agoraphobia

Johan Söderberg: Hardware Hackers

Caroline Wilson: Whistle while you work: corporate whistleblowing, corporate openness and linked data

Waltraut Ritter: Mobile Museums – making digital cultural content accessible to non-museum visitors

13:15 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:40 Paranoid Androids: Robots, Zombies, Bots

Lilian Edwards: Robbie the Robot goes (W)rong: Who Pays?

Miranda Mowbray: Cheeky Tweeter, Tell me What’s Wrong

Anna Ronkainen: Zombies and Legal Personhood

15:40 – 16:00 Tea

16:00 – 17.30 A Man After Teatime

Clive D.W. Feather: What time is it?

Alexandra Giannopoulou: Copyright Enforcement Measures: The role of the ISPs and the respect of the principle of proportionality

Andres Guadamuz: The Quantum Thief: Negotiating privacy in the hyper-connected world

19:30 Conference Dinner

Tuesday 28 June

10:00 – 11:30 Does Your Mother Know? Privacy and Interception

Paul Bernal: What Muad’Dib can teach us about personal data… Or Personal data as the spice melange in the online world

Judith Rauhofer: Nut jobs are exactly the kind of people who will survive?: In praise of paranoia

Tijmen H.A. Wisman: Smart meters: will the whispering in your closet be proclaimed from the rooftops?

TJ Macintyre: Interception of online communications in Ireland – why the silence?

11:30 Coffee

11:45 – 13:00 Fernando: Internet Porn and Pseudonymous Speech

Steven Hetcher: Is there a Moral Right to Anonymous and Pseudonymous Communication?

Fabio Andre Silva Reis: Regulating to Block Access to Child Pornography on the Internet: A multiple-case study

Andrew Adams: Virtual Child Pornography and Related Matters

13:00 Lunch & End Conference

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