September 2008, #11
Welcome to the 11th edition of the newsletter of the LAW&ICT Shared Virtual Campus project.
The aim of this newsletter is to keep all the participants in the project and invited people informed of what happened during the last month
The newsletter is also a way for partners to share information with the other partners. All the participants in the project are invited to send news to be included in the next number. Please, send the messages to firstname.lastname@example.org
|In this issue:|
- The Virtual Campus official e learning offer
The official students (graduate, undergraduate and postgraduate level) of the Virtual campus partners can study during 2008-2009 using e learning tools the offer of all the partners. The list of offered courses is here.
The Virtual Campus learning offer for October 2008- June 2009 is in the Web. The links are here.
The references to the registration, contents and participation in the Master and courses are in:
FUNDACIÓN EMPRESA-UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
PºFernando el Católico, 2, entr.
+34 976 351508
Fernando Galindo Ayuda
Facultad de Derecho
Tel.- +34 976761455
- The Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Meeting, 2-5 September 2008, University of Münster
The final report and presentations can be found here
The progress report of the Law&ICT Shared Virtual Campus Project is here.
- The last report from the European Union on the LEFIS-APTICE Project
The last report from the European Union on the LEFIS-APTICE: Legal Framework for the Information Society II Project (2005-2007) is here.
- LEFIS as an “Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif” according to the Belgian Law
The past discussions on the establishment of LEFIS as society with own legal personality have finished and it is in elaboration the statutes to establish LEFIS as “Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif” according to the Belgian Law.
- The LEFIS Series Vol. 5
The 5th volume of the LEFIS Series is already published. This is the book: A. Saarenpää (ed.), Legal privacy.
- Several conferences and Seminars
New Legal Requirements for the Electronic Communications Sector: Security Breach Notification, Content Filtering and Data Retention. (http://www.fitce.be/node/151)