National Access to Law Day in Orléans: round tables on the dangers of the Internet

National Access to Law Day in Orléans: round tables on the dangers of the Internet
National Access to Law Day in Orléans: round tables on the dangers of the Internet

This Friday, May 24 is National Access to Law Day, proposed by the Ministry of Justice. Two round tables are planned this afternoon at the Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Orléans on a current theme: the dangers of the Internet.

For this special day, the three departmental councils for access to law of Loiret, Indre-et-Loire and Blois are organizing events on Friday so that the people of Loire see the law in a new light.

It is in fact an open day at the House of Justice and Law (1, rue Henri-Poincarré, in Orléans-La Source): “Users can come, with or without an appointment, to meet legal actors ( jurists, notaries, lawyers). They thus have access to free and anonymous legal information on different themes (family law, labor law, over-indebtedness procedures, etc.)”, explains Aurore Maillard, coordinator of the departmental council of access to law in the Loiret.

An international scourge

Furthermore, two round tables are organized this Friday afternoon (from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.) at the amphitheater of the Museum of Fine Arts (free entry), on a very specific theme: “These are two round tables within of a conference on the dangers of the Internet, focusing on two subjects: cyberharassment and cybercrime and in particular child crime”, explains Julien Simon-Delcros, president of the Orléans judicial court. These are things that are current, but which constitute an international scourge for which we are quite helpless. Although it is international, it concerns us all at the local level since we each have in our jurisdictions to judge or we will have to judge cases of online harassment or child abuse.”

The House of Justice, valuable help for the people of Loirétain

Round tables this Friday, May 24, from 2 p.m., at the amphitheater of the Museum of Fine Arts (1, rue Fernand-Rabier in Orléans): “What protections do minors face the dangers of the Internet?” and “What fight and sanction against abuse on the Internet?”, with the presence of magistrates, lawyers, gendarmes, deputies as well as Véronique Béchu, police commander, author of the book “Behind the screen, combating the explosion of child crime online” (published by Stock).

Alban Gourgousse

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