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How to shape the future of the Internet. The Estonian Perspective

INET Tallinn, Estonia, will focus on copyright infringement on the Internet and freedom of speech.

Venue:  IT Kolledž
Address: Raja 4C, Tallinn, 12616

Wednesday 23 May 2012
11:45 - 12:15
12:15 - 12:45
Keynote: "Between opportunities and challenges: which Internet do you want?"
  • Frédéric Donck, European Regional Bureau, Internet Society.
12:45 - 13:15
"Who will own your data tomorrow?"
  • Tanel Kalmet, lawyer at the Ministry of Justice. (TBC)
13:15 - 13:45
"Will the courts save us from censorship?"
  • Allar Jõks, lawyer and former Chancellor of Justice
13:45 - 14:15
"Do we need a copyright reform?"
  • Peeter P. Mõtsküla, Internet copyright expert
14:15 - 15:15
15:15 - 17:15
Panel: " Internet and Copyright, freedom of speech, openness: can we have them all?"
  • Kristiina Ojuland, MEP, European Parliament, Estonian Reform Party
  • Aleksander Kelli, professor of copyright law and head of copyright reform working group at the Ministry of Justice
  • Linnar Viik, IT advisor to the President
  • Askur Alas, investigative journalist at Eesti Ekspress
  • Jaagup Irve, Internet activist and board member at NGO Estonian Internet Community
  • Jüri Jõema, managing director of Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Karmen Turk, Internet human rights expert
Moderated by: Elver Loho, Chairman of the Board at NGO Estonian
Internet Community.
Closing remarks: Frederic Donck/Elver Loho
17:20 - 18:45
Networking cocktails