Professor Andrew Murray (London School od Economics) questions whether the law is sufficiently equipped to ensure individual management of identity online
Giles Moss (ICS, University of Leeds) considers the citizens' interests in neutral networks in terms of suggesting a viable network neutrality policy for the UK.
Jasper Sluijs from Tilburg University shares his thoughts on the european net neutrality debate
Dariusz Kloza from Vrije Universiteit Brussel presents a paper on internet access, co-authored with Professor Paul De Hert (VUB)
Professor Ian Cram (University of Leeds) looks at the problematic human rigths issues raised by monitoring the students activities, including publishing online
Professor Viktor Mayer Schoenberger (Oxford Internet Institute) explains the vitality of an online right to forget
Franziska Boehm discusses the possibility of a recognized right to notification after online surveillance in a paper co-authored with Professor Paul de Hert (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Shara Monteleone (IPTS-JRC) and Angela Daly (European University Institute) present their paper on freedom of expression, data protection and digital identity
Emily Laidlaw (UEA/LSE) explores the possible threats to human rights online posed by search engines
Nicholas Gervassis from Edinburgh University argues on the dehumanisation of law.
Paul Bernal (UEA/LSE) explores the connection between the right to forget and the right to an online identity.
Jim Killock, the Executive Director for the Open Rights Group (ORG) presents the ORG's campaign for online privacy
James Firth, CEO for the Open Digital Policy Organisation, explains the connection between intellectual property and innovation.