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BILETA hosts an annual conference in March/April each year. It is hosted by a law school and has taken place in a variety of locations: England & Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, The Netherlands and Malta.

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BILETA is actively seeking requests for funding from individuals from member institutions to allow projects to be undertaken or completed which reflect the goals of BILETA.

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21st Annual Conference 2006

Holding global companies to account - the role of the internet Ignotum per Ignotious - Second Generation Surveillance Technology and the Presumption of Guilt Rethinking Accountability in the Cyber Age Creating Trust and Satisfaction On-Line - The UK EBay Experience Jurisdiction over disputes relating to electronic consumer contracts under Brussels I An Overview of eBay's Consumer Protection Regime - Towards a Sound Protection of eBayers (Don’t) Stop the Cavalry. Traditional Music, Intellectual Property, Globalisation and the Internet 'Borne back ceaselessly into the past' - Glossa, hypertext and the future of legal education Data protection - harmonisation or confusion The Emergence of the Lex Informatica Internet Governance - The United States won the battle, but will the Internet win the war Slippery slopes or solid ground - Living with the 'cyerspace is place' methaphor Protecting children's right in the internet - The Challenges Enforcement of Consumer Protection Rules in Cross-border Disputes of E-Commerce Universal Service and Broadband Integrity - using the undefined The Role of Economic, Cultural, and Legal Backgrounds in the ICT Law The Mobile Phone ‘R’evolution - Who Will Pay the Bill for Universal Access 'Halt, who goes there' - On agents and conditional access to websites Internet domain names and trademark law - does the current legal scheme provide an adequate protection to domain names Using ICT to support reflective learning and personal development planning within a blended learning environment Regulating electronic contracting in Jordan

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