Tuesday, February 05, 2008

eGovernment in Germany, Hong Kong and Australia

The Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre at the Faculty of Law, UNSW, is having a free talk on eGovernment. Their previous talks on Internet law have been very good:
"Aspects of eGovernment in Germany, Hong Kong and Australia: Domain
names, privacy and more"

Speaker: Joeson Wong and Martin Backes

Date: Wednesday 6 Feb 2008
Time: 10-12 am
Venue: Theatre G23, ground floor, new Law Building, UNSW lower campus
URL: http://www.cyberlawcentre.org/2008/talks/seminar_egov.htm

This is a presentation of work in progress in relation to a number of
aspects of eGovernment, particularly domain names and privacy, as it
affects countries such as Germany, Hong Kong and Australia. Two
leading international postgraduate researchers, visiting from their
own countries, will present their current thinking on the specific
topics they have been most recently focused on, and a number of other
experts will join in the discussion to situate these developments in
the broader evolution of e-government and e-governance.

Joeson Wong and Martin Backes are postgraduate researchers at UNSW's
Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, focusing on Hong Kong and Germany

Entry is free. Coming from off Campus? If possible please RSVP to


David Vaile
Executive Director
Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre
Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney Australia

T: (02) 9385 3589
F: (02) 9385 1778
M: (0414) 731 249
E: d.vaile@unsw.edu.au
W: http://www.cyberlawcentre.org/

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