This conference is organised into the following 10 streams. When writing your abstract, please consider which stream you would like it to be placed into. Email your abstract to the designated email address for that stream (eg firstname.lastname@example.org).
Stream 1 - Education
and 2nd Generation E-Learning
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Stream 2 - Horizon scanning
Looking somewhat speculatively into the future, this stream asks the question, where technology will go from here and also what the legal response should be to these suggested changes. The legal reality of science fiction meets BILETA!
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Stream 3 - E-Crime and Terrorism
The post-9/11 world is significantly different to the world inhabited beforehand; terrorism is a long-standing watchword with new implications. Almost silently increasing in scope are the forms of terrorism and other criminality online. This stream will address the challenges presented by this new method of criminality and consider the legal challenges presented by cyber-criminals.
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Stream 4 - Security,
privacy and data protection: who’s who?
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Stream 5 - Internet
governance and the digital divide
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Stream 6 - Intellectual
property and technology issues
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Stream 7 - Technological
challenges for the legal profession
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Stream 8 - Consumer
and environmental protection online
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Stream 9 - Tuning
in wireless: M-Commerce: the next challenge?
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Stream 10 - Virtual Communities: From the suburbs to the metropolis
Cyberspace is the defining location of the last decade, yet how has this happened? What challenges are presented by these virtual communities? What considerations are there about a new body of people connecting solely by use of technology?
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This list is not exhaustive and is quite broad in nature to provide a wide range of potential papers. If you have an idea for a paper, which does not fit easily into the above topics, please email email@example.com