This week (26-27 September 2013) I had an honor to be invited to speak at the Information Law Symposium at Free University of Berlin.
The event, hosted by the inviting institution in collaboration with Saint Petersburg State University, united several scholars from Russia and Germany interested in modern problems of the Internet law. Most of the colleagues represented public law (in particular, administrative law) branch.
Pervasive problem of the modern law which was a common thread of the symposium was personal data protection in the age of the Internet. Ironically, the personal data protection considerations prevent me from sharing the names of other participants as I do not yet have their confirmation for disclosure, and the event was not public by default.
However, I am entitled to speak freely for myself and the ideas which I presented (click 'READ MORE' below).