Recent Trends in Information Security and Data Protection Law: Russian, EU and Norwegian perspectives
Researchers of the International Laboratory for IT and IP Law, HSE, discussed prospects for regulation of information security and data protection in Russia, Norway and the European Union with colleagues from the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL), University of Oslo. Among the issues raised at the symposium there were topics relevant for both Russia and Norway.
International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law organized a series of lectures "Current trends in English Intellelctual Property Law." The guest speaker - Gaetano Dimita, Professor of Queen Mary University, London.
On October, 27 Ian Lloyd, chief researcher of the International Laboratory for IT and IP Law, delivered a lecture on "Legal consequences of Brexit". Within this theme, Professor Lloyd highlighted the major events preceding the exit of the UK from the European Union.
On 24-25 October 2016 the sixth International Conference "Law in the Digital Era" was held. It was devoted to evolution of legal institutions in terms of technological development. The Conference was organized by the International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law. As before, leading specialists in the field of IT and IP law, both practitioners and researchers, participtaed in the conference this year. Among foreign participants there were visitors from UK, France, Belgium and other countries.
Ruslan Nurullaev, junior research fellow of the International Laboratory for IT and IP Law, took part in the workshop on “The present and future of data mining and data sharing in the EU”, held on September 23 at the University of Southampton, UK.
On July 4, International Summer School on Cyber Law (ISSC 2016) opened. The school brings together young researchers and legal practitioners from different countries for the fifth time. This year the preparation for the school coincided with the Laboratory acquiring international status: it was renamed International Laboratory for Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law.