Event Title: Urban Paradox – resolving disputes over space
Who: University of Hong Kong, University of Surrey, Yew Chung Education Foundation
Theme: Creative Cities
Genre: Panel discussion/thought leadership event
Location: SPARK Hub, Parade Ground*
Age group: 12+
Registration required: No

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Date Time Register
20/01/2019 10.15 - 11.45 Walk-ups are welcome on the day

*This event has been moved from its previous location to the SPARK Hub, Parade Ground

Resolving Disputes Over Space explores the analogy between disputes over uses of physical space and disputes over virtual space.

Just as there are conflicts over regulation of land use in urban communities, there are divergent visions of how content should be regulated on the Internet. These conflicts raise questions over how to balance the interests of individuals with those of the public, whether to rely on markets or on government regulation and how to design institutions that create effective solutions rather than exacerbate social divisions.

Speakers include:

  • Hon. Charles Mok, Legislative Council Member (Functional Constituency – Information Technology) 
  • Dr Angela Daly, Assistant Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
  • Dr Lennon Choy, Real Estates Economics and Finance, Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong
  • Dr. Ira K. Lindsay, Senior Lecturer in Finance Law and Ethics, University of Surrey
  • Antony Starza-Allen, Teaching Fellow in Law, University of Surrey
  • Moderator and Lead: Elizabeth Williams, Teacher, Yew Chung Education Foundation, Visiting Researcher, Employment Law and Methodology of Legal Education, University of Surrey 
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