How to achieve both effective online law enforcement and legal security on the Internet? That question is becoming increasingly relevant, as there is a need for regulation and resolution of online behavioral disputes.
This course provides a basic understanding, targeted lawyers without technical prerequisites, about how the Internet works and which actors make it happen. But also how to remove and block illegal content without unnecessarily violating citizens' rights.
Henriette Vignal-Schjøth is legal manager at DK Hostmaster
09.00 - 09.05: Welcome and introduction
09.05 - 09:45: Who does what on the internet?
- A presentation of the services that make it possible to find a website. And of the service providers that make it happen: Internet service providers, domain administrators, web hosting, website owners, etc.
09:45 - 10.00: Break
10.00 - 10.45: Remove and block content on the web
- Legal injunctions and bans targeted content on the web - what effect does it have on the way the internet works?
- How can the unwanted effect of law enforcement be avoided?
10.45 - 11.00: Break
11.00 - 12.00: International cooperation
- Consumer protection and law enforcement on the Internet - which EU regulation is on the way
The course is targeted at officials who in recent years are experiencing an increasing need for regulating online behavior, as well as lawyers and judges who need to understand what the functionality of the Internet means for the resolution of disputes that arise online, unfolding digitally, but does harm in physical reality.
Date: November 24, 2020
Time: 9.0 am to 12 pm
Location: The course will be streamed online. Link will be sent to participants.
Send an email to email@example.com with the course title, your name and your company name.