Some papers from the 2008 BILETA conference have been published on the BILETA website. Here’s what’s available:

  • Balancing of rights on the internet- some thoughts prompted by the Promusicae case [Diane Rowland]
  • ‘Capturing the classroom’ – A model for blended learning [Penny Wiggins]
    Data, Information and Knowledge Under EU Data Protection Directive [Bostjan Bercic]
  • Espression 2.0- From Known Unknowns To Unknown Knowns [Daithí Mac Síthigh]
  • Internet Censorship and Freedom of Expression [Ronald Kakungulu]
  • Keynote Speech- Law Shaping Technology; Technology Shaping the Law [David Flint]
  • Law 2.0, Web 2.0, Why Not Legal Sociology 2.0 [Martina Gillen]
  • Mandatory Online Mediation for European Consumers- Legal Constraints and Policy Issues [Pablo Cortes]
  • New Technology Helps Old Crime- The Needs for New Fraud Law in the Information Age [San-Yi Li]
  • Phone-tapping and the Right to Privacy [Ronald Kakungulu]
  • ‘Real Time’ Mobile Content; Quality and the Standards of Liability [Yazan Mansour]
  • Technology, the Cultural Appropriation of Music and the Creative Commons [Richard Jones]

They are available here (may not work very well with Safari)

I am aware that there is a typo in the title of my own paper (direct link to PDF)- although I do find it quite funny (clearly the result of over-caffeination).