The registration for the 2014 edition of Gikii in Brighton (September 1-2 2014) is now open for speakers and participants. The registration is free, but there are only a limited number or spaces available, so we recommend that you hurry.
If you book a ticket and you cannot make it, please cancel your ticket as we are expecting a waiting list.
Here is the list of accepted papers:
Abbe Brown, Green Superheroes Data and Technology: spot the odd one out?
Alexandra Giannopoulou, We are all Diù: a tale of wiki edits disgrace and Greek politics
Andres Guadamuz, Maximum Overdrive: The Revenge of the Killer Household Appliances
Andrew Adams, Sex is in the Brain of the Beholder
Andy Phippen, What Would Trevor Do? Is Calling a N00b a Fag Homophobic?
Anna Ronkainen, Robot Judges Shmobot Judges
Caroline Wilson, Cross words: the Centenary Year
Chris Marsden and Andres Guadamuz, Bitcoins: Ethereum or Ethereal? An investigation into the field or CAMPO
Daithí Mac Síthigh, Let Me Take a Shelfie: law and the first five years of Wired UK
Debra Benita Shaw, Complex Urban Figures: Crowds Flâneurs and Cyborgs
Derek McAuley, Law Is Not Enough
Edina Harbinja, Putting Her in Legal Chains: Where are the OS Terms of Service?
Ellen Wauters Jef Ausloos and Yung Shin Marleen Van Der Sype, Making the Circle round: From Anakin to Luke on the virtues and vices of transparency in a near-future society
Evangelia Papadaki, Deep Packet Inspection: A Necessary Evil?
Francis Davey, Are unauthorised sequels OK? Empirical exploration of copynorms and fan fiction
Huw Fryer, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Tim Chown, Malicious Web Pages: What if hosting providers could actually do
Jas Purewal, ‘First thing we do, we kill all the lawyers’: an interactive quiz show about the world’s worst Internet law developments.
Joseph Savirimuthu, Is Robotics the New Cyberlaw? ‘Why it is not possible to regulate robots’
Judith Rauhofer, The Tomorrow People
Karen McCullagh, Care.data by Alan Smithee
Khanuengnit Khaosaeng, Copyright Creativity and Online Fandom: May the fans be with you?
Kim Barker, Amazon’s Prime or Amazon’s ‘Crime’?
Malavika Jayaram, The Gameification of Multistakeholderism
Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Academic piracy peer production of open access
Miranda Mowbray, Big Data: Darth Vader and the Green Cross Code Man
Monica Horten, If the dumb pipe is corroding what does the corroded pipe look like? Exploring a counter-vision of the future Internet
Paul Bernal, Disney Princesses 2: Frozen and the Chilling Effect?
Primavera De Filippi, Societies of Control: Nineteen Eighty Four 30 Years Later
Reuben Kirkham, The Challenges of using Human Activity Recognition as Evidence
Ray Corrigan, Chocolate and national security