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Original languageEnglish
TypeBILETA Response to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee's 'fake news' inquiry
PublisherBILETA
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 3 Mar 2017

Abstract

This is a collaborative submission from a group of academics based in the UK with expertise in Information technology law and related areas. The preparation of the response has been funded by the British and Irish Law Education Law and Technology Association.
This response has been prepared by Dr Martina Gillen, Dr James Griffin and Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno.
Dr Martina Gillen is a senior lecturer at the University of the West of England. Martina Gillen's current research focuses on Intellectual Property and IT Law and builds on a Ph.D that focused on ideas of community/customary law being developed into practical means of regulating online environments
Dr James Griffin is a senior lecturer at the University of Exeter. His research focuses on the relationship between new technologies and law, in particular intellectual property law. He is the PI on an AHRC grant investigating the use of digital licensing of 3DP content in China.
Dr Felipe Romero-Moreno is a lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. Romero-Moreno's research primarily focuses on the intersection of technology, new media and human rights such as, copyright, freedom of expression, privacy, data protection and due process.

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