When: Wednesday, December 6, 2023, 12:00 PM - 2:20 PMWhere: Online
We are pleased to invite you to this webinar organised by the CCLS Brazil, Distance Learning (TMT), Indonesia, and Italy Chapters Committees.
Discussion Topic: The Present and Future of Smart Cars (Electric, Autonomous, Flying Cars). Legal, Policy and Relevant Multidisciplinary Approach.
Mr Firdausi Firdaus, SH (Law & Technology), LLM (Computer & Communications Law, CCLS-QMUL), PhD Candidate in ICT Law (UB), and Researcher in ICT Law and Policy.Mr Mahawira Singh Dillon, MCLIM (Master of Climate Change), Researcher and Environmentalist.Ms Valentina Torelli, CIPP/E, (Technology, Media and Telecommunications Law LLM, CCLS-QMUL and LLM, Universita Degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, ML (IT, IP, Law, Universitat d' Alacant), Lawyer in IP, IT and Data Protection Law.Mr Pedro Duarte Batista, (Computer and Communications Law LLM, CCLS-QMUL and General LLM, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa), Senior Associate na VdA Vieira de Almeida.Ms Nicole René G. e Cunha, (Banking and Finance LLM, CCLS-QMUL and LLM in Innovation & Technology, FGV), Partner at Basch & Rameh Advogados Associados. Moderators:
Ms Ayu Mawar Rini, LLM Lawyer at Mahendra & Co. Law Firm (CCLS-QMUL Alumna)Ms Filiz Piyal, LLM, CIPP/E. Counsel Lawyer at SRP-Legal (CCLS-QMUL Alumna)
Mr Muhammad Iqbal Pratama, LLM. Assistant Manager at Macroprudential Policy Department Central Bank of Indonesia (CCLS-QMUL Alumnus)
Outcome: To assess how far the readiness of laws and regulations to facilitate the deployment of electric cars, autonomous cars, and flying cars. We will discuss different areas of laws and other relevant disciplinary to assess, critics of what has been done so far to facilitate the deployment of electric cars, autonomous cars, and flying cars and offer solutions on what should be done. Target
Audience: Anyone who is interested in privacy & data protection law, cybersecurity law & policy, environmental law & policy, climate change policy, artificial intelligence law & policy, aviation law.
2 hours and 20 minutes approximately09.00-11.20 BRT (Brazil)12.00-14.20 GMT (UK)13.00-15.20 CET (Italy-Portugal)19.00-21.20 WIB (Indonesia)