Internet Platforms, GDPR and Intellectual Property Enforcement, CEIPI, Strasbourg, France

Thursday, November 28, 2019 - 10:00 to Saturday, November 30, 2019 - 19:00

The Third Edition of the CEIPI Advanced Training on Internet Platforms, GDPR and Intellectual Property Enforcement will take place in Strasbourg on 28-30 November 2019. In past editions, this training program has gathered together media, creative economies, and high-tech professionals and entrepreneurs, officials form international organizations, lawyers and students, while the faculty of the program features leading international experts in the field.

As a lawyer, entrepreneur, or policy maker working at the forefront of Internet and technology industry, you must know how web-based and mobile technologies can be protected, which obligations apply to access providers, hosting providers and online platforms, and whether and when they are liable for their users’ online activities. This training program explores legal, policy and ethical issues facing online businesses from a national and international perspective. It exposes participants to most recent case law from European and other international courts, while providing state-of-the-art understanding of the legal aspects of internet technology and recent intermediary liability trends online. Special emphasis is given to the European Digital Single Market (DSM) reform package. In this course, participants learn about novel issues of Internet jurisdiction and innovation regulation.

The course will discuss legal framework, case law and enforcement strategies dealing with intermediate liability for copyright, trademark, and privacy infringement, including a broader overview of data protection obligations emerging under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The training provides key notions regarding patentability, protection and business strategies related to web-based and mobile technology. Finally, this course reviews the role of internet platforms and service providers in moderating the speech they carry for customers, including obligations and liabilities for defamation, hate and dangerous speech.

For further information please contact Ms. Isabelle Mahoudeau for administrative questions/registration ( or Mr. Giancarlo Frosio for questions related to the academic content of the program (

Registration documents :

- Agreement if you work abroad

- Student agreement If you are a student (in France or abroad)

Please send your document to Mrs Isabelle Mahoudeau ( in order to register.

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