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Submited papers should be in IEEE format (A4 double column), limited to six (06) pages (abstracts, keywords, results, tables and figures), written in English, Arabic or French.
So - no one at Mega can see the file or its contents. Its a real 'mere conduit' - Mega really will just be the postman - they can't look at the files being transferred or swapped because they have all been locked in bomb proof boxes (provided by Mega of course) and only the users have the keys (errrm, provided by Mega). Ortmann is of the learned opinion that the encryption will protect the Mega's business from any liability for copyright infringement, contributory or otherwise, because there is no way their platform could know what is stored and swapped on its service and (multi jurisdictional servers) and it would be entirely the liability of users if, say, they were swapping or distributing unlicensed music or movie files.
This seminar, which is an opportunity for exchanging knowledge and experiences between researchers and professionals from several horizons, aims to offer an occasion for interaction between theoretical and practical aspects, in order to have a better technical and scientific cooperation and to invest new research areas.
Schmitz is the large framed Mega Upload boss currently living in New Zealand hoping to avoid extradition to the United States on copyright infringement charges (along with charges of money laundering). Now Schmitz, and his business partner Mathias Ortmann, have been talking to Wired about their plans for a new file-transfer platform to replace Mega Upload. is this: Is the Blind Zombie Ostrich plan just the best business plan you have ever read? Or are we in cloud cloud cuckoo land (excuse the digi-pun)? In other news, The Pirate Bay have announced that they will be moving their entire operation to the cloud, one can only presume to be free of those annoying raids by local law enforcement agencies who seize servers.
To contact the 1709 Blog, email Eleonora at eleonorarosati[at]Why do I ask?Well, before move onto question two, we need to look at some background.In 1709 the Statute of Anne created the first purpose-built copyright law.This blog, founded just 300 short and unextended years later, is dedicated to all things copyright, warts and all.
The templates are available to assist the author in the preparation of his paper :       Submitted papers will undergo a double-blind review process and accepted papers will be included in the seminar proceeding (both electronic and paper format).Seminar proceeding will be published by IEEE, included in IEEE Xplore Digital Library, and then indexed in different databases.