ISDC - Campus de l'Université de LausanneDorigny
No one reading this message has managed to escape digitalization’s impact on our workplaces – and you probably have not avoided its impacts on your homelife, either. The Swiss Institute of Comparative Law and the University of Geneva’s law department, has worked together to conceive of a set of conference titled “Digital Lives” to address how the internet, social media, and data are affecting the legal aspects regulating families.
Family Law in the Age of the Internet will be the first conference in the series, and we hope you will join us for this one-day event looking at the digital organization of family relations, the digital rights of the child, and what responsibilities can arise for parents of children who are commercially or socially active online.
Taking place on 8 November 2019 at our Institute in Dorigny, Lausanne, the conference will bring together international experts in family law, data privacy, and social media to discuss and compare approaches to these questions that are arising in legal systems around the world.
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Institut suisse de droit comparé