Accepted Abstracts – Provisional

The list will be updated as soon as submissions are accepted for presentation at the ICIL Conference. A Final list will be published by April 14th when reviews will be completed.

Legal Issues of Mobile Applications E. Smyrnaki
Univ. Athens
Greece
An advocacy of genuine authorship and copyright J. Papst
Indexicals Wien
Austria
Media corruption in the age of Information E. Spence
C. Sturt Univ.
Australia
(Re-)Defining Transparency: Technology vs. Data Protection C. Kirichenko
IT and Data Protection team at Osborne Clarke, Munich
Germany
Energy-Information Exchange Approach to the Ethics Web Regulation O. Andriienko
“CCM” SE, Kyiv
Ukraine
The idea of an open norm for Text and Data Mining in the EU Copyright Law M. Papadopoulos
Ionian University
Greece
Investigating the possibility or refusal to formulate comprehensive and universal ethical principles in media R.G. Nasrabadi
University of Teheran
Iran
Addressing the demand for counterfeit goods online: a case study for maintaining the role of intellectual property rights in an online environment M. Ryan
Bond University
Australia
Measuring access to wireless telecommunication services for rural females in India V. Trehan
National Institute of Public Finance & Policy
India
Social Networks: a new communication paradigm shift of E-government S. Toscano & al.
UADE
Argentina
GDPR: new ethical and constitutional aspects,along with new challenges to information law F. Panagopoulou
Ionian Univ.
Greece
Explainable Intelligent Systems and the Trustworthiness of Artificial Experts E. Schmidt et al.
Polytechnic of Zurich
Swisse
The concepts of surveillance and sousveillance: a critical analysis K. Thomsen
Danish Institute for Human Rights
Denmark
Democratic education and new technologies after John Dewey O. Iermano
University Tor Vergata, Roma
Italy
Document, actio iuris and documentation. Problems and perspectives in the science of diplomacy V. Zachou
Ionian Univ.
Greece
Anthropological Considerations for Evaluating the  Impact of Technology on the Human Condition G. Gresko
S. Anselm University
USA
Am I my selfie? A phenomenological approach to selfie. D. Morabito
Italian Chamber of Deputies
Italy
The democratic transition and the right to public information in Brazil A. Ribeiro
Universidade Federal de Rio de Janiero
Brazil
Algorithmic Copyright Enforcement, Artificial Intelligence, and the Problem of Free Speech A. K. Toth
Hungarian Intellectual Property Office, Budapest
Hungary
The legal liability of international media on regional audiences by an approach on Imamieh legal culture M. Adibimehr
University of Teheran
Iran
Regulation and Policy in the Algorithmic Society L. Mitrou & A. Vorras
Aegean Univ.
Greece
Data protection and Artificial Intelligence – is the general data protection regulation (GDPR) “Artificial Intelligence proof”? L. Mitrou
Aegean Univ.
Greece
The role of social ethics in respecting information law H. Mernia
University of Teheran
Iran
Critical information literacy for the new regime of information A. Bezerra
Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia
Brazil
Agency at the age of the Google O. Bar-Gil
Bar Ilan Univ.
Israel
The consumer right to fair algorithmic treatment E. Tzoulia
Aristotele Univ. Tessalonia
Greece
Homo Sapiens in the Digital Information Jungle A. Spears
Grand Valley State University
USA
The impact of the New Digital Technologies on Unaccompanied Minors. G. Giurlanda
University Tor Vergata, Rome
Italy
Right to information ownership in Islamic law M. Mirkhalili
University of Teheran
Iran
Data for Public Policy in the Web Era: A Call for Systemic and Ethical View A. Turobov
National Research University – Higher School of Economics Moscow
Russia
Information technology ethics and the death of data privacy theory: Islamic Perspective A. Jafari
University of Teheran
Iran
The new models of governance in technological environment D. Toptchiyska
New Bulgarian Uni.
Bulgaria
Works as Data: Assessing Machine Learning from an EU Copyright Law perspective T. Chiou
Univ. of Athens
Greece
The implementation of ethical rules and the regulation of community life in Corfu A. Pavlogiannis
Ionian University
Greece
Liability as the golden ethical principle in information technology M. Mohammadi
University of Teheran
Iran
Digitalization and internet as the prominent factors of polarisation B. Carrano
EastCom Consulting Beograd
Serbia
Blockchain and Information in a Trust-Free Society E. Martinelli
University of Italian Switzerland
Swisse
Revenge Porn as Sexual Harassment R. Rosenberg
Tel Aviv University
Israel
From alexithymia to terrestrial citizenship F. Pergola
University Tor Vergata, Rome
Italy
A new alliance for digital content copyright: why it is so, why it must change N. Cantatore
Indep. Scholar
Italy
The Brazilian presidential election of 2018 and the relationship between technology and democracy in Latin America R. Mendes Tomas
Lisbon University

J Mendes Tomas
Universidade Federal de Alagoas

Brazil

Portugal

The Support Of Strategy Consulting To Italian SMEs In Regaining Competitiveness: ethical aspects Paolo Bongarzoni
Swiss School of Management
Italy

44 abstracts accepted @ 18th April 2019 (2 withdrawns)