Society of Legal Scholars

Conference: Intermediary Liability and Responsibility

  • Saturday 10th March 2018
  • Faculty of Law, 10 West Road, University of Cambridge

The creation of open and responsible digital markets is a major policy priority across the globe, linking critically to both economic dynamism and to protecting core societal values in a challenging socio-technological environment.  Amongst the most vexed and controversial aspects of this is the multi-faceted issue of ‘intermediary’ liability and responsibility.

This year’s Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) Annual Spring Conference will provide a unique opportunity to explore where we are in this broad and important area, as well as where we might be going in the future.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Christina Angelopoulos, CIPIL, University of Cambridge
  • Frederik Borgesius, Free University Brussels
  • Mark Bunting, Communications Chambers/Oxford Internet Institute
  • David Erdos, CIPIL, University of Cambridge)
  • Martin Husovec, Tilburg University
  • Matthias Leistner, LMU Munich
  • Przemyslaw Polanski, Kozminski University
  • Jaani Riordan, 8 New Square
  • Martin Senftleben, Free University Amsterdam (VU)
  • Daithi Mac Sithigh, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Hugh Tomlinson, Matrix Chambers
  • Lorna Woods, University of Essex
  • Nicolo Zingales, University of Sussex

Further details at: here