Law & Technology team represented at BILETA 2022 in Exeter UK


This year, the 37th annual BILETA conference focused on ‘The role of creativity in law’ and took place in Exeter, the UK, between 12 and 14 April 2022. 

During the conference, Liesa Keunen presented her research on ‘Big data tax audits: An analysis of the concept of “fishing expeditions” in Europe’ while dr. Ingrida Milkaite introduced her postdoctoral project on voice assistants and children and emphasised the need to balance innovation, data protection and children’s rights. 

Lien Stolle shared her insights on the analysis of the ‘Protection offered by environmental legislation and policy against online intimidation tactics used to silence environmental defenders’. Nadia Feci presented a paper, co-authored with dr. Valerie Verdoodt, on ‘The legal implications of monetising creativity on video-sharing platforms: Hobby, side- hustle or career?’. 

Yueming Zhang spoke about the ‘Processing of personal information by public authorities in China: lawful grounds and requirements in the Personal Information Protection Law’. 

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