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Published on
October 9, 2015

International Bar Association

Internet & Jurisdiction’s Bertrand de la Chapelle spoke at the Annual Conference of the International Bar Association (IBA), which took place from October 4-9, 2015 in Vienna, Austria. The workshop was organized by the IBA’s Media Law Committee and titled Are online platforms the new nation state? Achieving privacy, transparency and accountability in the digital age.

Bertrand de La Chapelle discussed the growing responsibilities that are bestowed upon private internet intermediaries with regards to online content that is globally accessible. Mr. La Chapelle also serves as an expert on the Council of Europe's Committee of Experts on Internet Intermediaries.

About the International Bar Association

The IBA is a voluntary bar association of international legal practitioners, bar associations, and law societies with over 50,000 members and headquarters in London, Washington DC, Seoul, and Sao Paulo. The annual conference gathers thousands of legal practitioners from around the world.


Steve Crown

VP & Deputy General Counsel


Yoram Elkail

Head of Legal for Europe, Middle East & Africa,


Darci Bailey

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Bertrand de La Chapelle


Internet & Jurisdiction

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Deputy General Counsel

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Steve Woods

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Information Commissioner’s Office

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