InfoEthics 2000 Conference Papers

UNESCO just had its INFOETHICS 2000 conference in Paris, the Third UNESCO Congress on Ethical, Legal and Social Challenges of Cyberspace. A number of papers are available from the conference, some in English. They are available here. The list of papers is as follows:


The information society and the expectation revolution
by David Konzevik


The changing shape of information and the role of government
by Thomas B. Riley


Public sector information initiatives in the European Union
by George Papapavlou


Access to information and \"public domain\" in the post-\"perestroyka\" Russia: a paradoxal experience.
by Ekaterina U.Genieva


Access to telecommunications in the internet age
Arthur Levin


Accessibility to rural and remote areas
by Yasuhiko Kawasumi

Networks and information services: government policy
by Jean-Noël Tronc


Fair use and access to information in the digital era
by Carlos M. Correa


Copyright and its limitations in the digital environment
by Bernt Hugenholtz


How Can Fair Use Doctrine Be Applied For the Appropriate Level of Copyright Protection in the Global Marketplace?
by Euisun Yoo

Preserving fair use in the digital age
by Barry Steinhardt


Copyright and the freedom of accessing information in the cyberspace
by Andras Szinger


Ten commandments to protect privacy in the Internet world
by Hansjuergen Garstka


The legal protection of the right of privacy on the networks
by Amr Zaki Abdel Motaal


The future of privacy : David and Goliath revisited
by Simon Davis


Human dignity in the cyberspace society
by Adama Fofana


Interception capabilities 2000
by Duncan Campbell


Once again, the papers are at http://webworld.unesco.org/infoethics2000/papers.html.

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