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Balancing of Fundamental Rights in Online Copyright Enforcement

  • 14/01/2013

Wendy Seltzer, W3C

There is an ongoing trend towards stricter enforcement of copyright on the internet. Is copyright enforcement possible without infringing fundamental rights? During the Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection (CPDP 2013) in Brussels, there will be a panel discussion on 'Balancing of Fundamental Rights in Online Copyright Enforcement'. This panel features Wendy Seltzer from W3C.

 

Policy Counsel
Wendy Seltzer came to W3C in 2012 from a tour of legal academia and, before that, Electronic Frontier Foundation. She was drawn into open code as a law student, as the first webmaster for Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and hasn't been able to escape since. Wendy's legal research focuses on "openness," in the law and technology of online expression, user-innovation, privacy, and anonymity.

 

panel discussion co-organised by IViR and CPDP

hosted by Serge Gutwirth, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE) & Nico van Eijk, University of Amsterdam (NL)

panel Fabienne Brison, VUB & Hoyng Monegier LLP (BE), Malcolm Hutty, EuroISPA (BE), Marietje Schaake, Member of European Parliament - ALDE (NL), Wendy Seltzer, World Wide Web Consortium & Chillingeffects.org (US)

 

More information: http://www.cpdpconferences.org/thursday24january2013.html and

the Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection (CPDP 2013) conference website.

The panel discussion starts at 10.30h a.m.

 

 

 

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