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Our input during consultations on Directive 2016/2102

Our input during consultations on Directive 2016/2102

On January 8, 2021, the bodies of the European Union completed a public consultation (“Have your say”) on the directions for the amendment of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council of October 26, 2016 on the availability of websites and mobile applications of sector bodies public. Using the form, weRead more about Our input during consultations on Directive 2016/2102[…]

Oxford debate on the future of law and new technologies

Oxford debate on the future of law and new technologies

Today we participated in an Oxford debate organized by EY Poland concerning the future of legal profession in the light of global AI and blockchain revolution.  More than 60% of participants, who voted using Kahoot, opted for an evolutionary model of change, but the pace of technological advances should force us to rethink this stanceRead more about Oxford debate on the future of law and new technologies[…]

CIPIL Conference on Cambridge University

CIPIL Conference on Cambridge University

We took part in 2018 CIPIL Annual Spring Conference 2018: Intermediary Liability and Responsibility organized hosted on Cambridge University on 10 March 2018 and led by Mr Justice Richard Arnold. Prof. P. Polański presented a paper titled “Rethinking the notion of hosting in the aftermath of Delfi: Shifting from liability to responsibility?“. Audio and slides are availableRead more about CIPIL Conference on Cambridge University[…]

On the impact of new technologies on human rights…

On the impact of new technologies on human rights…

On 8th December 2017 r. we took part in a prestigous annaul international human rights conference in Tallin, Estonia titled “Are human rights in freefall” devoted to inter alia a discussion on the impact of new technologies on human rights. Prof. Polański argued that we need laws that are capable of being easy to understand not only forRead more about On the impact of new technologies on human rights…[…]

Training: On relationship between law and informatics

Training: On relationship between law and informatics

On 22 June 2017 we made a presentation during LegalTech Poland event for students, lecturers and general public at Warsaw Politechnique on two subjects: “On relationship between law and informatics” and “On future of electronic legal information systems”. More on this event at: https://legaltechpolska.pl/wydarzenia/legaltech-polska-2-za-nami/ttps://legaltechpolska.pl/wydarzenia/legaltech-polska-2-za-nami/.