BILETA conference 2021

Call for Papers Taken by surprise: (Re-)constituting the critical in an age of digital and pandemic “Everybody knows that pestilences have a way of recurring in the world; yet somehow we find it hard to believe in ones that crash down on our heads from a blue sky. There have been as many plagues as […]

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BILETA Funding Applications NOW OPEN

BILETA is actively seeking requests for funding from members to allow projects to be undertaken or completed, which reflect the goals of BILETA or fall within its subject purview. More detailed criteria are set out below. Application Deadline: 17:00 30th  September 2020 Criteria for BILETA Funding Applications Awards are available for but not necessarily limited to the […]

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BILETA 2020 online conference

Due to the current unprecedented circumstances, the BILETA Annual Conference (Regulating Transitions in Technology and Law) which was to be held in Tilburg University on 7th and 8th of April 2020 had to be cancelled. We would like to thank the organisers Prof. Eleni Kosta and Dr Leonie Reins, and the events coordinator Ms Femke […]

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BILETA 2020 conference

The deadline for submission of an abstract for BILETA 2020 has been extended till 9th of February 2020. For the Call for papers, BILETA 2020, please see the link: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/about/schools/law/news/bileta-2020-call-papers […]

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BILETA Conference 2020

BILETA’s annual conference 2020, entitled Regulating Transitions in Technology and Law, will take place in Tilburg on 7-8 April 2020, hosted by the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), part of the department on Law, Technology, Markets and Society (LTMS). Details can be found at https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/about/schools/law/news/bileta-2020-call-papers […]

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BILETA Conference 2019

The 2019 BILETA conference – “BILETA Belfast: Back to the futures?” – will be held at Queens University Belfast, Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th April 2019. Registration is currently open. Early bird (reduced rates) closes end of February 2019. Regular registration closes at the end of March. Further details can be found at https://biletabelfast.net […]

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Lecture recording policy

BILETA develops guidance for higher education institutions After a successful plenary at the 2018 BILETA conference hosted by Aberdeen University, it was suggested that BILETA would develop its own policy on lecture recordings. A key factor was the need to engage specifically with issues arising out of the strike of early 2018. This policy was […]

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BILETA 2018 Conference: University of Aberdeen

The University of Aberdeen, School of Law hosted the annual BILETA conference on Tuesday 10th to Wednesday 11th April 2018. The theme of this conference was: Digital Futures: places and people, technology and data. The conference attracted around 90 delegates from across the world. There will be 2 special editions of journals building on the […]

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FULL REPORT: Inaugural BILETA seminar

On the 7th of June 2017 the Centre for Information Rights, University of Winchester on behalf of BILETA and supported by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies organised the inaugural BILETA seminar entitled: Have ‘Generation Tagged’ Lost their Privacy. The workshop debate was wide-ranging covering a number of circumstances in which young children may be […]

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Inaugural BILETA seminar

On the 7th of June 2017, the University of Winchester organised the inaugural BILETA seminar, held in London at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies. It took the form of a consultation workshop to discuss the legislative, regulatory and ethical framework surrounding the depiction of young children on digital, online and broadcast media. […]

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