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The Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS)

The New Modes of Online Platform Responsibility Event

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Time:
09:00 - 17:30
Date:
9 November 2018
Venue:
Amphithéâtre du Conseil national des Barreaux 180 Boulevard Haussmann - 75008 Paris

Event details

This conference discusses the recent attempts to strengthen the legislative framework targeting online platforms, in order to question the validity and the effectiveness of these new modes of platform responsibility. Online platforms are now on the radar of national and European legislatures. AFDIT and the University of Southampton therefore bring together judges, practitioners, academics, computer scientists, representatives of the European Commission as well as platforms with a view to debate on these new trends.

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Conference Programme and Speakers

Introduction

Prof Sophie STALLA-BOURDILLON, Professor Director of the Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS) and iCLIC, University of Southampton

André MEILLASSOUX, ATM Avocats, Président de l’AFDIT

 

Part 1 - Fundamental rights and platform responsibility

Intermediary Liability and the European Convention on Human Rights – Life After Delfi

Speaker: Robert SPANO - Président de la 2e Chambre à la Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme, Ancien Ombudsman d’Islande et Doyen de la Faculté de Droit de l’Université d’Islande

The German Network Enforcement Act

Speaker: Prof Dr Gerald Spindlher, Membre de l’Académie des Sciences de Gottingen Göttingen Universität

La position française sur la lutte contre les fausses nouvelles

Speaker: Nathalie Mallet Poujol, Directrice de Recherche au CNRS . Maître de Conférence et Directrice de l’ERCIM, Université Montpellier 1

The EU position on tackling illegal content online

Speaker: Irene Roche Laguna, European Commission - DG Connect, Unit - E-commerce and Platforms, Team leader on Intermediary Liability

 

Part 2 - Intellectural Property and platform responsibility

The new EU copyright directive :towards a greater responsibilization of online platforms?

Speaker: Eleonora Rosati, Professeure Associée University of Southampton, Avvocato(Florence). Chargée de cours à l’HEDEC

La stratégie ‘follow the money’ : quelles conséquences pour les hébergeurs ?

Speaker: Ronan Hardouin, Avocat Cabinet Ulys, Docteur en droit, Chargé de cours Paris I –Sorbonne ; Paris Saclay ; Science Po Paris

 

Part 3 - Traders, consumers and platform responsibility

Competition law and online platforms

Speaker: Hedvig Schmidt, Professeure Associée, University of Southampton

Behavioural study on the transparency of online platforms produced for the European Commission

Speaker: Francisco Lupi áñez-Villanueva, Professor at Open University of Catalunya, Open Evidence Co-Founder

Droits des contrats et responsabilisation des plateformes en ligne

Speaker: Sabine Bernheim -Desvaux, Maître de conférences HDR. Université d’Angers

 

Part 4 - Data protection and platform responsibility

Réguler Internet par la décentralisation

Arthur Messaud,  Juriste à La Quadrature du net, Association de défense des droits sur internet

Plateforme en ligne et transparence by design

Claude Castelluccia, Directeur de recherche à l’INRIA, Chef du Projet Privatics

La directive commerce électronique et le RGPD

Prof Sophie Stalla -Bourdillon, Professor Director of the Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS) and iCLIC, University of Southampton 

 

Part 5 - Which platforms ?

Platform Responsibilities and Functional Differentiation of Society

Uta Kohl, Professeure, University of Southampton, Trustee on the Board of the Internet Watch Foundation

Une plateforme d’échange de données

Fabrice Tocco, Co-fondateur de DAWEX, société d’échange et de monétisation de la data

Le moteur de recherche à l’européenne

Guillaume Champeau, Directeur Ethique et Affaires Juridiques du moteur de recherche Qwant, Fondateur de webmagazine Numerama.com


Conclusions

Juliette Sénéchal, Maître de conférences à l’Université de Lille 2, Directrice du Pôle : contrats, consommation et Commerce Electronique de TRANS EUROPE EXPERTS

Concluding remarks

Prof Sophie STALLA-BOURDILLON, Professor Director of the Institute for Law and the Web (ILAWS) and iCLIC, University of Southampton

André MEILLASSOUX, ATM Avocats, Président de l’AFDIT

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