eLaw – Leiden University’s Center for Law and Digital Technologies – will host a Conference in Leiden about ‘Law and/versus Technology: trends for the new decade’, co-organised with the Brussels Privacy Hub and Computer Law & Security Review (CLSR).
This conference will host prominent international speakers from all over the world from academia, institutions and civil society, addressing the most advanced research and policy trends on the regulation of digital technologies.
The event will host Keynote panels and paper workshops and will be based on two elements, the eLaw Symposium (20 June) and the Data Protection Conference (21 June).
To participate to the Paper Workshops as a Speaker, a Call for Abstract welcomes 500-700 words abstract submissions (on privacy, data protection, AI regulations, digital platform regulations, digital vulnerability, law and robotics, and related areas) from senior and junior scholars by the 25th of March. The proceedings will be published by Computer Law and Security Review, after a review process.