[Commons-research] Call For Papers:Gikii, A Workshop on Law, Technology and Popular Culture
pk at kl.nl
Mon Apr 20 05:05:01 EDT 2009
in September Creative Commons Netherlands is co-organizing the 4th
edition of Gikii, A Workshop on Law, Technology and Popular Culture in
Amsterdam. One of the topics will be the use of CC licenses and there
will be a special panel on this topic. The deadline for submissions is
the 1st of July (see full call below).
> Call For Papers
> Gikii, A Workshop on Law, Technology and Popular Culture
> Institute for Information Law (IViR)
> University of Amsterdam
> 17-18 September 2009
> GikII 4th Edition, a two day workshop on the intersections between
> law, technology and popular culture, will be held on September
> 17-18th, 2009 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The chairs of the event
> are Joris van Hoboken, Doctoral Researcher at the Institute for
> Information Law, Ian Brown, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford
> Internet Institute, Andres Guadamuz, Co-Director, SCRIPT Law and
> Technology Centre at the University of Edinburgh and Lilian Edwards,
> Professor of Internet Law, Sheffield University. IViR is hosting
> GikII in partnership with Creative Commons Netherlands.
> There will be no workshop fee. Lunch, coffee and a conference dinner
> will be arranged free of charge. We will limit registration to 40
> participants, so register early!! Preference will be given to
> attendees who are providing a paper.
> GikII - Not for the Lulz!?
> GikII is a forum for the intersection of law, technology and popular
> culture. After previous editions in London, Edinburgh andOxford,
> GikII has gained enough steam to hit the continent. Topics covered
> at the last editions included killer robots, virtual property,
> copyright online, the many lives and deaths of privacy, fandom,
> avatar culture, Roman slaves and knitted Daleks. Last year’s
> presentations can be viewed on the Gikii website, http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/gikii/index.asp
> We invite all of you that have a paper on any aspect of law AND
> technology, science, geek culture, blogging, creative commons,wikis,
> science fiction or fantasy, computer games, digital culture, gender
> on-line, virtual worlds, series of tubes, or deep packet inspectors,
> to come to GikII 4 and join us for two inspiring days of cutting
> edge collisions of the worlds of law, tech and popular culture.
> LOLcats, robot scientists and cheezburgers are especially welcome.
> The call for papers
> If you would like to participate, email your abstract of no more
> than 500 words. This should be sent to vanhoboken at ivir.nl byJuly 1,
> 2009. We will confirm acceptances by August 1.
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