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Mathias Klang

Matthias Klangsenior lecturer in IT Law, University of Goteborg , Sweden

Mathias currently works as a researcher and senior lecturer at the University of Göteborg. His research revolves within the field of legal informatics with particular interest in copyright, democracy, human rights, free expression, censorship, open access and ethics. He has published several articles in these topics.

Among his recent work is a co-edited volume (with Andrew Murray) entitled “Human Rights in the Digital Age”. In addition to this he defended his PhD thesis “Disruptive Technology” in October 2006. Mathias has been a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, a visiting researcher at the University of Trento and has worked as a legal expert dealing with questions of copyright and Open Access at the University of Lund Mathias is a coordinator of the Resistance Studies Network, he has been Project Lead for Creative Commons Sweden since 2004 and a member of the Free Software Foundation Europe team since 2006.

Richard Wu

Dr Richard WuAssociate Professor in Telecommunications Law, University of Hong Kong

Dr Richard Wai-sang Wu, Associate Professor, LLB (HKU) PCLL (HKU), BSc (EconomicsDr Richard Wai-sang Wu, Associate Professor, LLB (HKU) PCLL (HKU), BSc (Economics), LLM (London), MBA (Warwick), LLB, LLM (Peking), LLM (IT and Telecommunications Law) (Strathclyde) and PhD (London). Dr Wu has undertaken studies in both common law and PRC law. Apart from law, he also received academic training in other disciplines like economics, business administration, sociology and social policy. In 2006, he completed his doctoral dissertation at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, with the title of ‘Commercializing Chinese State Owned Banks: Legal Dimensions of Banking Reform in the People’s Republic of China: with particular reference to the period 1990-2001’. He is a Visiting Scholar of Peking University Law School and Editorial Advisory Board member of the international journal of Legal Ethics.), LLM (London), MBA (Warwick), LLB, LLM (Peking), LLM (IT and Telecommunications Law) (Strathclyde) and PhD (London). Dr Wu has undertaken studies in both common law and PRC law. Apart from law, he also received academic training in other disciplines like economics, business administration, sociology and social policy. In 2006, he completed his doctoral dissertation at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, with the title of ‘Commercializing Chinese State Owned Banks: Legal Dimensions of Banking Reform in the People’s Republic of China: with particular reference to the period 1990-2001’. He is a Visiting Scholar of Peking University Law School and Editorial Advisory Board member of the international journal of Legal Ethics.

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