"Online hate, at the crossroads between freedom and dignity" - The Night of Law at Dauphine-PSL
- "Online hate, at the crossroads between freedom and dignity" - The Night of Law at Dauphine-PSL
For the first time, the Dauphine-PSL Law Center (CR2D) is joining forces with the NGO Respect Zone for a special evening on the occasion of the 2021 "Night of Law". Program includes documentary screening, debates, cyber-eloquence contest, pop-rock concert...
Harassment, disinformation, hate, insults... Although the lexical field associated with digital technology has long been that of progress and freedom, the Internet of platforms has led many observers and analysts to temper the optimism of these early years.
How can we guarantee all the public freedoms that digital technology crosses, mingles, opposes and, ultimately, questions? The French, German and soon British national legislators are struggling to square the circle, as are, of course, the European representatives for of the Digital Services Act... Certainly, the law is all the hotter when it is being made!
The Centre de Droit Dauphine (CR2D) joins forces with the NGO Respect Zone, a member of the Observatory of Online Hate, and students from the association Juristes à Dauphine (JAD) to unfold all the folds of this new field of law being invented.
Program - Amphithéâtre Edgar Faure (2e étage)
- 5:30-7 p.m. Screening of the documentary Invisibles (dir. Henri Poulain, 2021)
Dive behind your screens and interfaces to discover the other side of the Internet and the daily life of the men and women who, thanks to their micro-tasking, make your digital spaces live.
- 7:30-9:30 p.m. Debate: do moderators on the web face responsibilities and infinite problems?
The French law of 1881 on the freedom of the press does not seem to be able to fully meet the challenges posed by digital social media. Avia Act, Digital Services Act, Principles of the Republic Act .... How do industrial bodies and observers view the ongoing changes in the regulation of expression in digital spaces?
- 10 to 11 p.m. : Respect Duel: cyber-eloquence contest on hot topics
Not easy to win a debate when arguments cannot be longer than 144 characters? Take part in the Respect Zone - JAD Respect Duels to test your eloquence skills online on the hottest topics of the moment
- 11:15 p.m. -0:30 a.m. : Concert of the "Airzed Band" (pop-rock)
Lenny Kravitz, Miles Davis, The Beatles, Gainsbourg, Stevie Wonder, Ahmad Jamal, The Doors and other bands are united by the Airzed Band to play respectful music.
Prior registration is required. An ID card will be required upon entry.
The health passport will be checked upon entry.