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Southampton IT lawyers lead international debate on privacy and security

Published: 24 October 2014
2014 prize winners

Leading IT lawyers from around the world met in Lisbon to discuss current topics at the latest conference of the International Association of IT Lawyers (IAITL) in October 2014, organised by members of the Southampton Law School’s Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS).

2014 prize winners

 

Steve Saxby, Professor of IT Law and Public Policy at Southampton, led the annual Computer Law and Security Review (CLSR) seminar on the Digital Citizen, hosted by the international law firm Viera de Almeida at the InstitutoUniversitario de Lisboa. Delegates at the conference examined how the rise of the Internet affects individuals’ relationship with power and society and the ongoing security and privacy issues that arise. A joint paper was presented by Steve, Alison Knight and Henry Pearce from ILAWS for which Alison also was runner-up in the Computer Law and Security 'Best Paper' awards for her work on the paper examining re-identification risk of anonymised personal data.

2014 CLSR Seminar

“This conference has become an important venue for early career researchers and academics to discuss the latest issues and developments at the frontiers of research in this fast-moving field,” says Steve. “It is an opportunity for all participants to foster valuable relationships and develop research collaborations".

The annual IAITL conference series started in 2006 in Hamburg; events have been held in cities across the world ever since.

 

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