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                                                                    CYBERSPACE 2011
                                                                                 www.cyberspace.muni.cz	
  
                                                                                                 	
  
                              organized	
  by	
  Faculty	
  of	
  Law	
  in	
  cooperation	
  with	
  Faculty	
  of	
  Social	
  Studies,	
  Masaryk	
  University	
  
                                                             Brno,	
  Czech	
  Republic,	
  25-­‐26	
  November	
  2011	
  
	
  	
  
Paper	
  abstracts	
  are	
  solicited	
  for	
  submission	
  to	
  following	
  streams:	
  

 Special	
   stream:	
   (NEW)	
   The	
   Phenomenon	
   of	
   Facebook	
   Special	
  stream:	
  (NEW)	
  Data	
  Retention	
  
 convenor:	
  Herbert	
  Hrachovec	
                                          convenor:	
  Matěj	
  Myška	
  
 language:English,	
  publication	
  of	
  papers:	
  MUJLT/Cyberpsychology	
  
 	
  
                                                                                                               language:	
  English,	
  publication	
  of	
  papers:	
  MUJLT/Cyberpsychology	
  
                                                                                                               	
  



 This	
   is	
   an	
   experiment	
   where	
   we	
   would	
   like	
   to	
   try	
   to	
   make	
        Another	
   experimental	
   workshop.	
   Similarly	
   as	
   in	
   the	
   Facebook	
  
 maximum	
  use	
  of	
  the	
  multidisciplinary	
  nature	
  of	
  the	
  conference	
  by	
                 stream,	
   we	
   would	
   like	
   to	
   convene	
   a	
   stream	
   that	
   would	
   focus	
   on	
   the	
  
 combining	
   papers	
   from	
   different	
   disciplines	
   focusing	
   on	
   the	
   same	
            phenomenon	
   of	
   data	
   retention	
   from	
   various	
   perspectives.	
   We	
  
 topic.	
   If	
   your	
   research	
   in	
   law,	
   philosophy,	
   psychology,	
   social	
              welcome	
   synthetic	
   papers	
   as	
   well	
   as	
   particular	
   studies	
   from	
  
 sciences	
   or	
   in	
   any	
   related	
   area	
   focuses	
   on	
   Facebook	
   or	
   other	
        countries	
   where	
   data	
   retention	
   has	
   been	
   implemented	
   or	
   is	
   being	
  
 UGCs,	
  please	
  consider	
  taking	
  a	
  part.	
                                                         debated.	
  

 Stream	
  name:	
  Cyberlaw	
                                                                                 Stream	
   name:	
   Psychology	
   and	
   Sociology	
   of	
   Cyberspace	
  
 convenor:	
   Radim	
   Polčák,	
   language:	
   English,	
   publication	
   of	
                           convenor:	
   David	
   Šmahel,	
   language:	
   English,	
   publication	
   of	
   papers:	
  
 papers:	
  MUJLT,	
  workshops:	
                                                                             Cyberpsychology,	
  workshops:	
  	
  
 Theory	
   of	
   Cyberlaw,	
   chair:	
   Radim	
   Polčák,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
                   Psychology	
   (chair:	
  David	
  Šmahel,	
  illustrative	
  topics:	
  influence	
  of	
  the	
  
 internet	
   governance,	
   information	
   sovereignty,	
   information	
                                   Internet	
  use	
  on	
  individuals	
  and	
  family,	
  children,	
  adolescents	
  and	
  the	
  
 society,	
   on-­‐line	
   property,	
   on-­‐line	
   personality,	
   privacy	
   protection,	
             Internet,	
   Internet	
   addiction,	
   identity	
   in	
   virtual	
   environment,	
  
 lex	
   informatica/ius	
   informatica,	
   AI	
   in	
   law,	
   human-­‐computer	
                        counseling	
   on	
   the	
   Internet,	
   on-­‐line	
   therapy,	
   Internet	
   and	
   sexuality,	
  
 interfaces	
  
 	
  
                                                                                                               human	
   personality	
   on-­‐line,	
   virtual	
   social	
   groups,	
   blogs,	
   games	
   on-­‐
 Intellectual	
   Property,	
   chair:	
   Andreas	
   Wiebe,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
                   line,	
  MMORPG	
  and	
  virtual	
  worlds,	
  online	
  communication,	
  e-­‐learning,	
  
 copyright,	
   digital	
   rights	
   management,	
   open	
   source,	
   open	
   access,	
                 opportunities	
   of	
   Internet	
   use,	
   cyberbullying,	
   online	
   victimisation,	
  
 fair	
   use,	
   fair	
   dealing,	
   protection	
   of	
   software,	
   licensing,	
   P2P	
              intimacy	
  and	
  Internet,	
  technology	
  and	
  health)	
  
                                                                                                               	
  




 networks,	
  trademarks	
  on-­‐line,	
  intellectual	
  property	
  in	
  third	
  world	
                   Sociology	
   (chairs:	
   Václav	
   Štětka	
   and	
   Francesca	
   Romana	
   Seganti,	
  
 countries	
  
 	
  
                                                                                                               illustrative	
  topics:	
  digital	
  media	
  and	
  civic	
  participation,	
  online	
  public	
  
 Internet	
   International	
   Law,	
   chair:	
   Dan	
   Svantesson,	
   illustrative	
                     spheres,	
  new	
  media	
  in	
  everyday	
  lives,	
  web	
  2.0,	
  internet	
  governance,	
  
 topics:	
   Rome	
   II	
   and	
   the	
   internet,	
   on-­‐line	
   defamation,	
   conflict	
   of	
     digital	
   divide,	
   communities	
   in	
   cyberspace,	
   hacktivism,	
   free	
   culture	
  
 laws	
  on	
  the	
  internet,	
  place	
  of	
  damage,	
  electronic	
  choice	
  of	
  law	
  and	
        movement,	
  anthropology	
  of	
  cyberspace)	
  
 choice	
   of	
   forum,	
   jurisdiction	
   of	
   on-­‐line	
   arbiters,	
   on-­‐line	
  
 arbitration,	
  cross-­‐border	
  eCommerce	
                                                                 Stream	
  name:	
  Information	
  Security	
  
                                                                                                               convenor:	
   Petr	
   Soukup,	
   language:	
   English,	
   publication	
   of	
   papers:	
  
 	
  




 e-­‐Government/e-­‐Justice,	
   chair:	
   Ludwig	
   Gramlich,	
   illustrative	
  
 topics:	
   electronic	
   signatures,	
   electronic	
   filing,	
   on-­‐line	
   dispute	
                 MUJLT/Cyberpsychology,	
  workshops:	
  
                                                                                                               	
  




 settlement,	
   re-­‐use	
   of	
   public	
   sector	
   information,	
   on-­‐line	
   public	
             Privacy/Data	
   Protection,	
   chair:	
   Zsolt	
   Balogh,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
  
 procurement,	
   legal	
   information	
   systems,	
   electronic	
   public	
                               personality	
  protection,	
  data	
  protection	
  
                                                                                                               	
  




 registries,	
   on-­‐line	
   access	
   to	
   law	
   and	
   case-­‐law,	
   data	
   mining	
             Cybersecurity,	
   chair:	
   Petr	
   Soukup,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
   cyberwars,	
  
 systems	
   for	
   lawyers,	
   electronic	
   storage	
   of	
   documents,	
   on-­‐line	
                 cyberattacks,	
   cyberterrorism,	
   the	
   role	
   of	
   response	
   teams,	
   hacker	
  
 legal	
  counselling,	
  geographic	
  information	
  systems,	
  identity	
  issues,	
                       communities	
  
 digital	
  inclusion,	
  government	
  2.0,	
  mobile	
  government	
  
                                                                                                               	
  




 	
  
                                                                                                               Cybercrime,	
   chair:	
   Aleš	
   Završnik,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
   child	
  
 e-­‐Finance,	
   chair:	
   Libor	
   Kyncl,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
   e-­‐banking,	
   e-­‐           pornography,	
   piracy,	
   identity	
   theft,	
   hacking/cracking,	
   phishing,	
  
 insurance,	
   e-­‐pensions,	
   online	
   investments,	
   eFX	
   markets,	
                               dissemination	
   of	
   malicious	
   code,	
   digital	
   forensics	
   and	
   criminal	
  
 electronic	
   payments,	
   electronic	
   money	
   and	
   virtual	
   money,	
                            procedure,	
   frauds	
   in	
   cloud	
   computing,	
   jurisdictional	
   issues	
   in	
  
 payment	
   cards	
   and	
   payment	
   portals,	
   retail	
   &	
   large	
   value	
   payment	
         cybercrime,	
  botnets,	
  cyberbullying	
  
 systems,	
  micropayment	
  systems,	
  informal	
  value	
  transfer	
  systems,	
  
 online	
  AML	
  measures,	
  e-­‐taxation,	
  taxation	
  in	
  virtual	
  worlds	
  
 	
  
                                                                                                               Stream	
  name:	
  Religion	
  in	
  Cyberspace	
  
 Legal	
   Informatics	
   (Jurimetrics),	
   chair:	
   Jaromír	
   Šavelka,	
                                convenor:	
   Vít	
   Šisler,	
   language:	
   English,	
   publication	
   of	
   papers:	
  
 illustrative	
   topics:	
   legal	
   information	
   systems,	
   electronic	
                              MUJLT,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
   religious	
   normative	
   frameworks	
   in	
  
 publication	
   of	
   laws,	
   public	
   registries,	
   automated	
   processing	
   of	
                 cyberspace,	
   networking	
   diasporas,	
   religious	
   collaborative	
  
 legal	
  language,	
  case-­‐law	
  on-­‐line	
                                                               environments,	
   on-­‐line	
   counseling,	
   on-­‐line	
   fatwas	
   and	
   cyber	
   muftis,	
  
 Domain	
   Disputes,	
   chair:	
   Petr	
   Hostaš,	
   illustrative	
   topics:	
   ADR	
   in	
            new	
  religious	
  movements,	
  religious	
  discourses	
  in	
  cyberspace	
  
 domain	
   disputes,	
   recent	
   case-­‐law	
   in	
   .eu	
   and	
   UDRP	
   disputes,	
  
 jurisdiction	
   of	
   ADR	
   centers,	
   enforceability	
   of	
   ADR	
   decisions,	
  
 dispute	
  resolution	
  in	
  new	
  gTLD,	
  ADR	
  in	
  ccTLD	
  disputes	
  
                                                                                                          	
  
                  Note:	
  Accepted	
  papers	
  will	
  be	
  published	
  in	
  peer-­‐reviewed	
  journals	
  Masaryk	
  University	
  Journal	
  of	
  Law	
  and	
  Technology	
  (MUJLT	
  –	
  
                                                          www.mujlt.law.muni.cz)	
  or	
  Cyberpsychology	
  (www.cyberpschology.eu)	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
         	
  
Important	
  dates:	
  
Abstract	
  submission	
  deadline:	
  	
   31	
  July	
  2011	
  
Notice	
  on	
  acceptance	
  deadline:	
   31	
  August	
  2011	
  
Conference	
  dates:	
                                      25	
  –	
  26	
  November	
  2011	
  
Papers	
  for	
  publication	
  deadline:	
  	
   31	
  December	
  2011	
  
	
  
	
  
Abstract	
  formal	
  requirements:	
  
Range:	
  max.	
  1.500	
  characters	
  incl.	
  spaces	
  
Submission:	
  on-­‐line	
  at	
  www.cyberspace.muni.cz	
  
	
  	
  
	
  
Paper	
  formal	
  requirements	
  and	
  submission:	
  
Papers	
  published	
  in	
  MUJLT:	
  http://mujlt.law.muni.cz/instructions.php	
  
Papers	
  published	
  in	
  Cyberpsychology:	
  http://www.cyberpsychology.eu/submission.php	
  
	
  	
  
	
  
Conference	
  fees:	
  
full	
  pass	
  -­‐	
  speakers:	
  990	
  CZK	
  (approx.	
  39	
  EUR)	
  
full	
  pass	
  -­‐	
  delegates	
  (not	
  presenting	
  a	
  paper):	
  1290	
  CZK	
  (approx.	
  52	
  EUR)	
  
full	
  pass	
  -­‐	
  VIP	
  (upon	
  an	
  appointment):	
  FREE	
  
student	
  pass	
  for	
  the	
  scientific	
  programme	
  -­‐	
  students	
  of	
  Masaryk	
  University	
  and	
  partner	
  universities	
  
(please,	
  check	
  with	
  the	
  organizers):	
  FREE	
  
last	
  minute	
  (on-­‐site)	
  registration:	
  1990	
  CZK	
  (approx.	
  80	
  EUR)	
  
dinner	
   fee:	
   Saturday	
   conference	
   dinner	
   with	
   free	
   complimentary	
   drinks	
   -­‐	
   550	
   CZK	
   (approx.	
   22	
  
EUR),	
  last	
  minute	
  (on-­‐site):	
  650	
  CZK	
  (approx.	
  26	
  EUR)	
  
	
  
note:	
  the	
  registration	
  will	
  be	
  done	
  through	
  the	
  conference	
  system	
  at	
  cyberspace.muni.cz	
  that	
  will	
  
provide	
   also	
   for	
   paying	
   the	
   registration	
   fees	
   and	
   booking	
   the	
   accommodation	
   at	
   conference	
   rates	
  
(from	
  approx.	
  30	
  EUR).	
  The	
  registration	
  opens	
  1	
  June	
  2011	
  and	
  closes	
  10	
  November	
  2011.	
  
	
  
	
  
Addresses:	
  
Conference	
  website:	
  http://cyberspace.muni.cz	
  
Central	
  conference	
  e-­‐mail	
  address:	
  cyberspace@law.muni.cz	
  
	
  
Mailing	
  address:	
  	
   Masaryk	
  University,	
  Faculty	
  of	
  Law	
  
	
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  of	
  Law	
  and	
  Technology	
  
         	
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