I had the pleasure of being invited to the Second General Assembly of MAPPING (Managing Alternatives for Privacy, Property and Internet Governance), which was held in Prague over three days at the end of October/start of November. As with the First Assembly of MAPPING, I was invited by Oleksandr Pastukhov (University of Malta) to be […]
France revokes ability to disconnect convicted file-sharers from the Internet
French courts will not be able to disconnect convicted file-sharers from the internet anymore. On 8th July 2013, the French Culture minister issued a decree modifying the graduated response scheme and removing the disconnection penalty. Under the graduated response mechanism introduced in 2009-2010, French courts were able to disconnect people who had been found guilty […]
My CREATe Project: Mapping the legal offer for digital content: Desperately Seeking a Database Geek
Here’s the link to the presentation on Slideshare of the research project I am conducting for CREATe under the supervision of Professor Lilian Edwards at the University of Strathclyde Picture: Aurich Lawson (c) 2013 in Megan Geuss, Reader reactions: Excel in the limelight, Ars Technica, 20 April 2013
My Bileta 2013 paper: Disconnecting the HADOPI and the French graduated response?
My presentation made at Bileta 2013 on the French copyright system and its future in light of the upcoming Lescure Review