Δευτέρα, 30 Ιανουαρίου 2017

International workshop From Online Hate Speech to cyberterrorism: Freedom of expression VS Security: what regulations are possible?



February 8th, 2017 (9.00am - 5.45pm)
Faculty of Law and Political science, University of Montpellier (Amphi C)


8.30am: Welcoming of participants
9.00am: Opening and workshop presentation
Philippe Augé, President of the University of Montpellier.
Marie-Elisabeth André, Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political science, University of Montpellier. Adel Jomni, Lecturer and Researcher, University of Montpellier.
Evangelos Markatos, Laboratory Director at FORTH, Mandola project Manager.



9.30am: Opening remarks
Pierre Valleix, Attorney General to the Montpellier Court of Appeal.
9.45am: Session 1
Is there a common definition of Hate Speech? Sociological, historical and linguistic approach.
Chairperson of the session: Alvaro Ortigosa Professor, Autonomous University of Madrid
Sociolinguistic analysis of Hate Speech
Claudine Moise, Professor, Lidilem Laboratory, University Grenoble Alpes.
The evolution of Hate Speech in recent years
Marc Knobel, Historian, Researcher, Representative Council of the Jewish Institutions of France (CRIF). Hate Speech in our society, a sociological approach
Séraphin ALAVA, Professor, University Jean-Jaurès, Toulouse.
Hate Speech and radicalisation: focus on cyberterrorism
Laurent DELHALLE, Expert, SEGECO Consulting.
11.00am: Coffee break



11.15am: Session 2
The incrimination of Online Hate Speech: Freedom of expression vs Security
Chairperson of the session: Gérard Gonzalez
Professor, Institute of European Human Rights Law, University of Montpellier
The criminalisation of Hate Speech: limits and comparative study of the laws from 10 European Union's member states
Estelle De Marco, Founder of the centre of research Inthemis, Expert for the Council of Europe.
The criminalisation of the criticism of religion
Ioannis Iglezakis, Professor, University Aristote of Thessaloniki. From hate to terrorism: analysis of legislative developments
Myriam Quéméner, Magistrate, Advisor to the Ministry of the Interior - Fight against cyber threats.
Freedom of expression in the face of Hate Speech in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights
Mustapha Afroukh, Lecturer -researcher, Institute of European Human Rights Law, University of Montpellier.
12.45pm – Lunch break




2.00pm: Session 3
Prevention, investigation and public/private cooperation to fight Hate Speech
Chairperson of the session: Adel Jomni Lecturer-researcher, University of Montpellier, Expert for the Council of Europe
Reporting mechanism, investigation and public/private cooperation: the French strategy
Olivier Dupas, Commissioner, Head of the Criminal Division with the Montpellier Regional Police Service. Technologies to detect, analyse and report online hate speech: the Mandola experience
Demetris Paschalides, Research assistant, University of Cyprus.
Big data technology used to analyse and combat online Hate Speech
Anna Vancsó, Senior analyst, Neticle Technologies, PhD student, Corvinus University of Budapest. Is counter-speech an efficient strategy to fight online hate speech?
Christian Aghroum, CEO of SoCoA Sarl.
3.45pm: Coffee break



4.00pm: Session 4
What are the desirable developments in the combat against online hate speech?
Chairperson of the session: Cormac Callanan,
Expert for the Council of Europe, CEO of Aconite Internet Solutions
Hate content regulation: how to strengthen the protection of private life and personal data?
Gérard Haas, Attorney-at-Law, Haas Avocats (Law firm).
First responders’s role in combatting online Hate Speech: tools, strategies and international cooperation
Yves Vandermeer, Chairman of the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (E.C.T.E.G), Europol.
What European strategies toward ISPs and the fight against hate speech and terrorism?: the UE code of conduct vs the fundamental rights of individuals
Maryant Fernández-Pérez, Advocacy Manager, European Digital Rights (EDRi).
From criminalisation to permission: analysis and critique of the conditions for free expression in modern democracies (USA, Europe and international)
5.45pm: Closing remarks
A simultaneous translation will be provided in English and French.
Challenges and strategies:
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Eric Heinze, Professor, Faculty of Law, Queen Mary University of London.
Media Law in Greece
By Ioannis Iglezakis
2017, 192pp, Paperback
ISBN: 978-90-411-8753-6
© Kluwer Law International


Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this analysis of media law in Greece surveys the massively altered and enlarged legal landscape traditionally encompassed in laws pertaining to freedom of expression and regulation of communications. Everywhere, a shift from mass media to mass self-communication has put enormous pressure on traditional law models.

An introduction describing the main actors and salient aspects of media markets is followed by in-depth analyses of print media, radio and television broadcasting, the Internet, commercial communications, political advertising, concentration in media markets, and media regulation. Among the topics that arise for discussion are privacy, cultural policy, protection of minors, competition policy, access to digital gateways, protection of journalists’ sources, standardization and interoperability, and liability of intermediaries. Relevant case law is considered throughout, as are various ethical codes.

A clear, comprehensive overview of media legislation, case law, and doctrine, presented from the practitioner’s point of view, this book is a valuable time-saving resource for all concerned with media and communication freedom. Lawyers representing parties with interests in Greece will welcome this very useful guide, and academics and researchers will appreciate its value in the study of comparative media law.

Tabel of Contents

The Author
List of Abbreviations
Preface
General Introduction
Part I. Freedom of Speech
Part II. Regulation of Print Media
Chapter 1. The Journalists’ Profession
Chapter 2. Journalists’ Rights
Chapter 3. Journalists’ Liability
Chapter 4. Right to Reply and to Rectification
Chapter 5. Access to Public Information
Chapter 6. Supervisory Body for Press Deontology and Disciplinary Board
Part III. Regulation of Audiovisual Media (Broadcasting)
Chapter 1. Public Service Broadcasting
Chapter 2. Private Broadcasting
Chapter 3. Programme Standards
Chapter 4. Political Broadcasting
Chapter 5. Advertising Rules
Chapter 6. Right to Information
Chapter 7. Access to Networks and Platforms
Chapter 8. Standards and Interoperability
Part IV. Cross-Ownership Regulation
Part V. Supervision: Media Regulator
Chapter 1. Organization
Chapter 2. Tasks
Chapter 3. Sanctioning Powers
Selected Bibliography
Index

Τρίτη, 17 Ιανουαρίου 2017

Ψηφιακή Πύλη Πολιτικής και Ποινικής Δικαιοσύνης

Σε λειτουργία τέθηκε η Ψηφιακή Πύλη Πολιτικής και Ποινικής Δικαιοσύνης του Ολοκληρωμένου Συστήματος Διαχείρισης Δικαστικών Υποθέσεων (ΟΣΔΔΥ-ΠΠ). Το ΟΣΔΔΥ-ΠΠ σχεδιάστηκε για να εξυπηρετεί πολιτικά και ποινικά δικαστήρια στις Εφετειακές Περιφέρειες Αθηνών, Πειραιώς, Θεσσαλονίκης και Χαλκίδας καθώς και τον Άρειο Πάγο. Απώτερος στόχος είναι η επέκτασή του στους δικαστικούς φορείς όλης της χώρας.

Συγκεκριμένα, η Ψηφιακή Πύλη λειτουργεί στην ιστοσελίδα solon.gov.gr


Η υπηρεσία αυτή παρέχει ενημέρωση για την πορεία υποθέσεων όσον αφορά τα δικαστήρια και τις διαδικασίες που έχουν υπαχθεί σε αυτήν: 


  • Πολιτική ροή στο Εφετείο Πειραιά, Πρωτοδικείο Πειραιά, Εφετείο Αθηνών και Πρωτοδικείο Αθηνών (Τακτική Μονομελούς/Πολυμελούς και Αυτοκίνητα)
  • στα Ειρηνοδικεία Αθηνών, Αμαρουσίου, Κρωπίας, Λαγκαδά, Μεγάρων, Νέας Ιωνίας και Χαλανδρίου, 

Σύντομα θα ενεργοποιηθούν και νέες ηλεκτρονικές υπηρεσίες όπως πληροφορίες πινακίων, αιτήσεις για πιστοποιητικά και ηλεκτρονική κατάθεση δικογράφων.