Programme

Up in the Cloud:

Conference on Legal and Privacy Challenges in Cloud Computing

5-6 July, 2013
Faculty Academic Conference Centre, 11/F,
Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus, HKU

Programme – Day 1 (5 July, 2013)

9:15Coach departs from Ramada Hong Kong Hotel, 308, Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong
(Car plate number: DA6898)
9:30-10:00Registration
10:00-10:10Opening Remark
Prof. Johannes Chan SC, Dean, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Mr. Alan Chan, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Hong Kong Limited
10:10-11:25Panel1: The Common Challenges: Conceptual, Technical & Legal
Chair: Dr. Zhao Yun, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Is there Privacy in Cloud? Technological and Legal Issues
Dr. K.P. Chow, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, The University of Hong Kong
Rethinking "Personal Data" in the Cloud
Prof. Anne Cheung, Professor of Law and Director, Law and Technology Center, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Regulatory Framework for Cloud Computing
Prof. Rolf H. Weber, Center for Information and Communication Law, University of Zurich, Switzerland
11:25-11:50Discussion
11:50-13:30Lunch for participants
13:30-15:10Panel 2: Regulating the Cloud
Chair: Mr. Kelvin Kwok, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Authentication and the Cloud: the European Proposal for a Regulation on eIdentity and Trust Services
Dr. Marcelo Thompson, Assistant Professor of Law and Deputy Director, Law and Technology Center, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Cloud Computing and the Protection of Personal Information – China as a Case Study
Dr. George Tian, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Information Ownership: Copyright, Confidence and Contractual Claims to Information Ownership In the Cloud
Prof. Chris Reed, Professor of Law, Queen Mary, University of London
Contracting Cloud Services from a Legal Practitioner's Standpoint
Mr. Alan Chiu (HK) and Mr. Geofrey L. Master (US), Mayer Brown JSM
15:10-15:35Discussion
15:35-15:50Coffee Break
15:50-17:05Panel 3: Cloud in the "Borderless" World
Chair: Dr. Felix Chan, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
Personal Data Flows, Clouds and Borders in Asia
Prof. Graham Greenleaf AM, Professor of Law & Information Systems, University of New South Wales
Taming the Nebulous: Jurisdictional Challenges in Regulating the Cloud
Mr. Kaan Sheung-Hung, Terry, Associate Professor of Law, National University of Singapore
Cloud Content and Geographic Management
Prof. Peter K. Yu, Drake University Law School, United States
17:05-17:30Discussion
18:00Coach for Chairs, Speakers and Invited Guests departs from HKU to the Peak Lookout Restaurant (Car plate number: MZ1077)
19:00-21:00Dinner for Chairs, Speakers and Invited Guests
21:30Coach departs from the Peak Lookout Restaurant to Central MTR station Then to Ramada Hong Kong Hotel

Programme – Day 2 (6 July, 2013)

9:15Coach departs from Ramada Hong Kong Hotel, 308, Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong
(Car plate number: TBA)
9:30-10:00Registration
10:00-11:40Panel 4: Privacy & Security
Chair: Prof. Rolf H. Weber, Center for Information and Communication Law, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Trustworthy Computing in the Cloud: a CSP's Perspective
Mr. John Galligan, Regional Director Government Relations, Microsoft Operations Pte
Cloud and Security: a Legislator's Perspective
The Honorable Charles Mok, Legislative Councillor
Compliance from a Regulator's Perspective
Mr. Henry Chang, Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data
Crime-fighting in the Cloud
Dr. Ian Brown, Associate Director of Law, Oxford University's Cyber Security Centre, Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
11:40-12:05Discussion
12:05-12:10Closing Remark