Cyberspace 2018

Important announcement: Informal dress code was declared for the whole event.


Final programme is available here.


2 days, 20 streams and special tracks

300 participants from 4 continents 

2 peer-reviewed journals associated with the conference

purely academic event (no commerce, no politics, just excellent papers and great atmosphere)

convenient location (easily accessible from worldwide via Vienna or Prague, modest costs)


Papers are solicited to the following streams and special tracks:

  • Art & Cyberspace

  • Law: Cybersecurity, Cyber-Warfare

  • Law: Cybercrime, Digital Evidence

  • Law: eCommerce, Digital Single Market

  • Law: Government 2.0, eJustice, ODR

  • Legal Informatics

  • Law: Intellectual Property On-Line

  • International Internet Law

  • Law: Privacy and Personal Data

  • New Media and Politics

  • Internet and Society

  • Psychology of Cyberspace

  • Religion in Cyberspace

  • Video Games and Society

  • BlockChains

  • AI Liability (special track)

  • Digital competences and technologies in education (special track)

  • GDPR in the Judiciary (special track)

  • Legal Issues in Machine-Generated Data (special track)

  • Manipulative Techniques On-Line (special track)


Written papers are not mandatory, but are welcome by the following associated peer-reviewed journals:

  • Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology (, print and on-line, listed in SCOPUS, EBSCO, Hein Online, ERIH
  • Cyberpsychology (, on-line, listed in SCOPUS, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS, Directory of OA Journals
  • Papers for journal publication deadline: 15 February 2019