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Master of contents or How to win the battle over freedom in cyberspace? – FAIFE with Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM)

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 15th of August 2012. We excuse the changing sound levels in the first minutes of the broadcast. Sound will stabilize in about 4 minutes from the start. We will upload a fixed-sound version later on.

Privatization of cyberspace – case Google
SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN
Media Studies and Law, University of Virginia, USA

Privacy, data surveillance and free speech in the age of Big Data
GUS HOSEIN
Privacy International & London School of Economics, UK

Internet censorship in context: the shape of things to come
PÄIVIKKI KARHULA
University of Tampere, School of Information Sciences, Tampere, Finland

Lawful access legislation, its risks and why libraries must care
BRENT ROE
Canadian Association of Research Libraries, Canada
and
JEANNIE BAIL
Queen Elizabeth II Library, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

Comment speech:
SHAKED SPIER
Berlin School of Library and Information Science, Berlin, Germany

Update from Australia: the copyright cloud over our national collection
ELLEN BROAD
Australian Digital Alliance, Australia

Comment speech:
HARALD MÜLLER
Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Library, Heidelberg, Germany

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IFLA conference 2012 in Helsinki, Finland

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