Salle / Hall : Amphithéâtre Sainte Barbe
Horaire / Schedule : 14h00 - 15h30
Président de séance : Russel L. WEAVER - Etats-Unis / Professeur – Brandeis School of Law – Louisville (États-Unis)
Langue / Language : EN
Speech 1: Digital Tools and the 2016 Presidential Election
(Russell L. WEAVER - Professeur, Brandeis School of Law, Louisville - United States)
This paper will examine Trump's tweets, WikiLeaks disclsoures regarding the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, and Russian intervention.
Speech 2: Clinton’s Email Disclosure: Democratic Issue or Information Rigging?
(Carl McEWEN - California Western School of Law - USA)
Speech 3: Oath-taking in the digital environment: Hong Kong legislators stripped of their offices for disrespect
(Thomas JEFFREY - Daniel L. Brenner Faculty Scholar, Professor of Law, and Associate Dean for International Programs, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law - United States)
Six pro-democracy newly elected legislators staged various protests in connection with taking their oaths of office. These protests were captured and broadcast over the internet. This paper provides the background for the acts of protest (which grew out of the Occupy Central movement), analyzes the legality of the governmental response, and considers the role and impact of the internet in these cases.
Speech 4: (Steve FRIEDLAND - Professeur, Elon University - United States)