News from the Digital Legal Lab
Podcast on sharenting | Call for papers | And more
Hi! Thanks for reading the monthly Digital Legal Lab newsletter, where we round up the latest news & views from our cross-university research collaboration on digital legal studies. For more information, updates and events, please visit our website.
What's new at the Digital Legal Lab
A new episode of The Digital Hearing is out! Tune into a conversation on sharenting and the risks of oversharing about children online, with professor Stacey Steinberg (University of Florida), dr. Catalina Goanta (Utrecht University) and dr. Christina Winters (Tilburg University).
On 1 and 2 June 2023, the Digital Technologies, Public Policy, and Competition Law conference will be held in Rotterdam. The conference is co-organized by Digital Legal Lab researcher Tjasa Petrocnik. Researchers are invited to submit their abstracts until 27 February - click here to see the call for papers!
Join our Privacy Book Club on 20 March 2023, where we will discuss Why Privacy Matters by Neil Richards. Organized by dr. Irene Kamara (Tilburg University) & dr. Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux (Maastricht University), the Privacy Book Club aims to bring together researchers interested in privacy-related topics to discuss new scholarship on privacy, revisit critical theories, and debate the future of privacy. The book club welcomes everyone interested in privacy and data protection and is willing to share their thoughts with the club members.
Don't forget to submit your abstract for the conference EU Cybersecurity: Collective Resilience through Regulation, which will take place in a hybrid format on 22 June 2023. You can submit your extended abstract until 28 February — click here for more information. Registration for the conference is also open! We hope you will join us in Brussels or virtually.
Women in AI Netherlands has nominated Digital Legal Lab member Natali Helberger for its award in the category AI researcher. Congratulations! This award is addressed to female researchers who are active in the area of AI and whose research will impact the future of AI.