MAPPING First General Assembly


Date: 22-23 September 2015
Venue: HCC Hannover Congress Centrum, Hannover, Germany

Title: From Privacy to Freedom of Expression: The Continuum in 2015-2020 

Key topics of the event:

  • Do the Fundamental Rights to Privacy, Freedom of Press and Freedom of Expression (now) entail a right to anonymous/encrypted communication?
  • The Impact of Information and Network Security as Means to Guarantee Democracy and Fundamental Human Rights
  • Unlocking Culture, Stimulating Progress

The participation is restricted by invitation only.

Should you need any further information on the project or the FGA meeting, please kindly contact us
via mappingconference@iri.uni-hannover.de or projectoffice@mappingtheinternet.eu

Additional information about the venue available here.

Agenda: PDF (Version 17/09/2015)

Day I

08:30 Arrival and Coffee

09:00 Opening and Welcome

Joseph Cannataci
Chair in European Information Policy & Technology Law
co-Director, STeP Security, Technology & e-Privacy Research Group
University of Groningen
Project Co-ordinating Person

Nikolaus Forgó
Institute for Legal Informatics
Leibniz University Hannover
WP5 Scientific Co-ordinator
Introductory Speech and Keynote

 

09:30 The EU GDPR and the Future of Data Protection

Ulrich Dammann, Formerly Head of European and International Affairs at BfDI and Advisor to the European Commission


10:30 Discussion

11:00 Coffee Break

 

11:30 Council of Europe post Snowden - What has been done and where to go?

Silvia Grundmann, Head of the Media and Internet Division, Council of Europe

12:30 Discussion

13:00 Lunch Break

 

Track I: Internet Governance (RUG)

14:00 Inextricably intertwined: freedom of expression and privacy in Internet Governance, Panel Discussion

Xianhong Hu, UNESCO
Marc Rotenberg, President and Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, USA
Joseph Cannataci, UN Special Rapporteur on Privacy

 

15.30 Coffee Break

16:00 Open Discussion on Roadmap
 

17:30 Wrap Up Day I

18:00 End of Day I
 

Official Dinner

The official conference dinner will take place at the Hannover Congress Centrum, "Runder Saal". Starting at 20:00.
 

 

Day II

Track II: Privacy, Personality and Business models (LUH)

08:30 From Privacy to Security - Opening and Welcome

Christian Hawellek, Leibniz University Hannover


08:45 The Impact of Information and Network Security as Means to Guarantee Democracy and Fundamental Human Rights

Jan Schallaböck, iRights.Law

09:30 Panel Discussion

Jan Schallaböck, iRights.Law
Linus Neumann, netzpolitik.org
Fabian Schmieder, Hochschule Hannover (University of Applied Sciences and Art)
Marianne Winslett, University of Illinois
Maximilian Schubert, Internet Service Providers Austria (ISPA)

10:30 Coffee Break


11:00 Do the Fundamental Rights to Privacy, Freedom of Press and Freedom of Expression (now) Entail a Right to Anonymous/Encrypted Communication?

Christoph Bezemek, WU Vienna

11:30 Panel Discussion

Christoph Bezemek, WU Vienna
Thorsten Wetzling, Europäische Digitale Agenda, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
Christian Mihr, Director Reporters Without Borders (Germany)
Cecilia Magnusson-Sjöberg, Stockholm University
Andreas Krisch, mksult, Datenschutzrat Österreich
Hansjürgen Garstka, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin & Chairman of Honour of EAID
Dariusz Adamski, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

13:00 Lunch Break
 

Track III: Intellectual Property (UoM)

14:00 Welcome

Oleksandr Pastukhov, University of Malta, Chair


14:15 Cultural Heritage and the Copyright Illusion

Paul Klimpel, iRights.Law and former director of administration at Deutsche Kinemathek (Berlin)

15:00 Coffee Break


15:30 INTILA license, a template to exploit interoperability information and secure development strategies

Benjamin Jean, Président of inno³, Consultant to the Cabinet of Gilles Vercken, Maître de conférences at Sciences Po

16:00 The orphan works problem: the ARROW and FORWARD projects

Gabriela Scipione, Head of Persistent Identifier, Rights Information and Open data, CINECA

16:30 Panel Discussion: The EU IP reform ‘Unlocking Culture, Stimulating Progress’


Moderator: Bogdan Manolea, ApTI
Dinusha Mendis, Associate Professor in Law, Co-Director, Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management, Bournemouth University
Benjamin Jean, Président of inno³, Consultant to the Cabinet of Gilles Vercken, Maître de conférences at Sciences Po
Joris Pekel, Community Coordinator Cultural Heritage, Europeana Gabriela Scipione, Head of Persistent Identifier, Rights Information and Open data, CINECA
Charlotte Waelde, Professor of Intellectual Property Law, University of Exeter Nicolas Jondet, Teaching Fellow, University of Edinburgh
Rihards Gulbis, Scientific Adviser, Department of Civil Cases, Supreme Court of Latvia, former legal counsel at the Ministry of Culture, Latvia


Topics:

  • creating conditions for micro-licences (the „Licences for Europe“ stakeholder dialogue);
  • operation of collective societies (the Rights Management Directive);
  • the orphan works problem (the Directive and tthe creation of the registries);
  • the eminent EU copyright reform in light of the Reda Report, Public Consultation on the review of the EU copyright rules and the draft White Paper.


17:30 Closing Ceremony

17:45 End of Conference