Law: Cybersecurity, Cyberwarfare, chair: Václav Stupka, indicative topics: cyber terrorism; cyber warfare; use of force on-line; active countermeasures; response teams; ius ad bellum/ius in bello; the NIS Directive; Cybersecurity Package; usable security.

Law: Cybercrime, Digital Evidence, chair: Aleš Završnik, indicative topics: criminal procedure issues, e.g. data retention and data preservation; real-time collection; interception; European Investigation Order; European Production and Preservation Orders; digital forensics; cybercrimes, e.g. phishing; ransomware; cybercrime agencies; responding to and preventing cybercrime; jurisdictional issues in cybercrime; impacts of COVID-19 on cybercrime e.g. new trends; zoombombing.

Law: eCommerce, Digit al Single Market, chair: Eva Martinicová, Jan Hospes, indicative topics: digital services; information society services; sharing economy; search engines; platforms; electronic and virtual currencies; payment and micropayment systems; eCommerce taxation; AML and CTF measures; DSA; DMA.

Law: Government 2.0, eJustice, chair: Pavel Loutocký, indicative topics: e-identity; electronic signatures; eIDAS; electronic documents; e-archivation; identity management; mobile government; Internet governance; participatory governance; eJustice, automatization of processes and decisions; e-participation; e-voting; digital public services; AI driven solutions and assistance.

Legal Informatics, chairs: Erich Schweighofer, Jakub Harašta, indicative topics: AI in law and legal education, human-computer interfaces; on-line promulgation of law; automated processing of case-law; new search techniques; legal data analysis; AI for justice; smart contracts; automation of law.

Law: Intellectual Property On-Line, chairs: Andreas Wiebe, Matěj Myška, indicative topics: online platforms and copyright enforcement; F/OSS; OA; limits of IP protection; software protection (copyright, patent); IP overlaps online; data and databases protection; data rights, access rights, data governance; trademarks use online; generative AI as challenge for IP; AI-generated/AI-assisted outputs and IP; IP aspects of machine learning

International Internet Law, chair: Dan Svantesson, indicative topics: public international law and the Internet; private international law and the Internet, extraterritoriality online; Brussels I, Rome I, Rome II and the Internet; cross-border on-line defamation; place of damage; electronic choice of law and choice of forum; international on-line arbitration; cross-border consumer protection; GDPR Art. 3, law enforcement cross-border access to data.

Law: Privacy and Personal Data, chairs: Jakub Míšek, Bettina Bacher, indicative topics: GDPR (incl. national implementations); e-regulation; anonymizers; surveillance; privacyby-design; right to be forgotten; counter-surveillance; DPIA; international data transfers; contact tracing; data processing in the context of AI technology; privacy and ethics.

Law: eHealth and New Technologies in Healthcare, chair: Michal Koščík, indicative topics: telemedicine; health apps; AI in healthcare; software and AI as a medical device; digital technologies in pandemic surveillance; European health data space; privacy and security of health related data; ethical aspects of digital technologies in healthcare; medical data (processing, protection).

New Media and Politics, chairs: Monika Metyková, Alena Macková, indicative topics: online political communication; new media in elections and campaigns; new media, democracy and civic participation; hacktivism; new media and political polarization; online public spheres; new media and political mobilization.

Internet and Society, chair: Jakub Macek, indicative topics: new media in everyday lives; digital divide; communities in cyberspace; anthropology of cyberspace; gender and Internet; new media and social services; online media and transformation of journalism; new media and media audiences; virtual worlds.

Psychology of Cyberspace, chairs: David Šmahel, Hana Macháčková, indicative topics: impact of the ICT use on individuals and family; internet addiction; online identities; ICT, sexuality and intimacy; e-learning; online gaming; cyberbullying and cyberhate; online victimization; technology and health; mHealth apps; online risks and opportunities; security from user perspectives; parental mediation of ICT use; digital skills; digital literacy; impact of ICT on wellbeing; AI and ICT usage.

AI Technologies: generative, destructive, chairs: Herbert Hrachovec, Andreas Kirchner, indicative topics: writing and painting by algorithms; use and abuse of chatbots; the role of civil society in AI policies; mindless intelligence: calculations vs. decision making; from plagiarism to responsive AI; chatbot precursors: decision support in aviation, autonomous CV pre-screening; trust in AI output.

ODR Special Track 2023: Designing and Implementing Digital Courts in the EU, topic: How to operationalize digital ethics in e-justice ODR for persons with digital vulnerabilities, chair: Zbyněk Loebl

Quantum special track: Regulating quantum technologies and understanding their constructive and disruptive potential, chair: Radim Polčák

AI, Data Governance, and Cybersecurity in Financial Services (special track), chair: Alex Ivančo, Joseph Lee. The stream will examine the aims, objectives, and the operating models of AI used in financial services; explore issues around data and data governance; and assess and define the risk of cybersecurity.

AI special track: Transforming Information Literacy in the Context of Generative AI Systems: From Prompt Design to Information Evaluation, chair: Michal Černý

Research Data and Open Source: Interoperability and Security (special track), chair: Jiří Marek, indicative topics: interoperability (Interoperable Europe Act), cross-border digital services in EU, Smart Cities/Smart Regions data, open data, research data, European data strategy, cybersecurity for open source technologies, responsible data handling, open science, open source, EOSC, EHDS, sharing economy, Re-use system management.

New formats of digital legal education (special workshop), chair: Nikolaus Forgo, indicative topics: Theoretical: Self-organisation of legal knowledge in traditional legal fields, theoretical concepts of legal education, goals of legal education, history of legal education, Covid-19 impact on legal education, Interdisciplinarity in legal education, legal education for non-lawyers, the impact of AI on legal education, Practical: Legal Hackathons, legal clinics, legal design sprints, moot courts, audio/video/podcasting productions with/for students, hybrid teaching formats, flipped classrooms in legal education, learning analytics, AI-tools in class, alternative assessment methods, computer science and programming for lawyers.

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