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    Title

    Space Law in a Networked World

    Description

    Space applications have entered human daily lives all over the globe. Voice and Interned-based communications, weather reports and emergency warnings, navigation and positioning, images and video flows emerge, literally, from our pockets. Not only people and businesses have become constantly networked via space capabilities, but also machines. These process big data and furnish us with vital information for decision-making. This may even include decision-making for us. Could the authors of the United Nations space treaties have imagined how significant those principles of space activities were or would become for ensuring public interest and the quality of life, health, and well-being of Earth’s population? Tangible changes in the exploration and use of outer space have taken, and continue to take place. With an ever increasing number of space actors and the continuous development of new technologies, space is becoming more accessible and affordable. This session aims at discussing whether traditional space law still keeps pace with modern times or there is an urgent need to reflect these changes in a regulatory framework.

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Ms. Elina Morozova, Intersputnik International Organization of Space Communications, Russian Federation;

    • Co-Chair: Dr. Olga Stelmakh-Drescher, International Institute of Space Commerce, United States;

    • Rapporteur: Ms. Gina Petrovici, University of London, Germany;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    The regulatory impact of the intertwining between outer space and the connected borderless world

    12

    confirmed

    Ms. Helena Correia Mendonça

    Vieira de Almeida & Associados

    Portugal

    2

    Does the end justify the means? A legal study on the role and consequences of normative plurality in international space governance

    12

    Mr. Alexander Soucek

    European Space Agency (ESA)

    The Netherlands

    3

    Implications of State Authorization and Continuing Supervision to Contemporary Space Activities

    12

    confirmed

    Mr. Yu Takeuchi

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan

    4

    Whose fault is it? - Artificial Intelligence and liability in international space law

    12

    confirmed

    Dr. Michail Chatzipanagiotis

    University of Cyprus

    Cyprus

    5

    Two Inhibitors to a Thriving Economy in Outer Space: Regulatory Uncertainty and Taxation Entanglement

    12

    confirmed

    Mr. Steve Simon

    United States

    6

    Nudging for Space

    12

    confirmed

    Dr. Cristiana Santos

    Université de Toulouse 1 Capitole

    France

    7

    Back to the Future: Space Law in a Networked World

    12

    confirmed

    Prof.Dr. Ram Jakhu

    Institute of Air and Space Law, McGill University

    Canada

    8

    CYA: A Legal Perspective on How to do Cybersecurity in Space

    12

    confirmed

    Mr. PJ Blount

    University of Luxembourg

    Luxembourg

    9

    New Space Law Created to Enable Space Innovation While Preserving the RF Environment in Space; Notable Outcomes of the ITU’s 2019 World Radio Conference

    12

    confirmed

    Ms. Audrey Allison

    Boeing

    United States

    10

    Multi-agency cooperation in the resolution of harmful interference against GNSS: the case of ITU and ICAO

    12

    Mr. Federico Bergamasco

    University of Luxembourg

    Luxembourg

    11

    EU Integrated Approach to Space and Telecommunication Areas

    12

    confirmed

    Prof. Mahulena Hofmann

    University of Luxembourg

    Luxembourg

    12

    International regulatory and licensing schemes for telecommunication satellites in low-earth orbit to mitigate anti-competitive behaviour and manage natural monopolies

    12

    confirmed

    Mr. Thomas Green

    Space Industry Association of Australia

    Australia

    13

    Commercial Operators and Artificial Intelligence in Space: For an Alternative Jurisdiction Attribution Model and Revised Liability Regime in Space

    confirmed

    Prof. Lucien RAPP

    University of Toulouse I (UT1)

    France

    14

    The international orders in the fourth territory: the influence of new opportunities in outer space on governance systems and Space Law- Impacts on SDG2030

    Mr. Ricardo Guido Lavalle

    Argentina

    15

    A Man is as a Constant in The World or Just Particle of the Universe: International Legal Aspects

    withdrawn

    Ms. Irina Chernykh

    Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

    Russian Federation