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  • Archiving in the Digital Era 

    Frow, John (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2006-12)
    I'm neither a lawyer nor a librarian; what I'm doing in this paper is putting together pieces of knowledge from fields in which I have no expertise, so I make no promise that my knowledge is entirely accurate or entirely ...
  • Assessing the APEC Privacy Framework 

    Greenleaf, Graham (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2005-09)
    Paper presented by Greenleaf for the Privacy Workshop, chaired by Edwards held in September 2005.
  • Attack of the killer acronyms: The Future of IT Law 

    Guadamuz, Andres (Routledge, 2004)
    The paper discusses the reliance of internet technology law on acronyms, and its deeper socio-legal impact. It suggests that this resonantes for the future of research, teaching, and practice within information technology law.
  • Audio-Visual Performers' Rights in the UK 

    MacQueen, Hector L; Waelde, Charlotte (World Intellectual Property Organisation, 2003)
    Information on United Kingdom Relating to the Study on Transfer of the Rights of Performers to Producers of Audiovisual Fixations
  • The Autonomy of Others: Reflections on the Rise and Rise of Patient Choice in Contemporary Medical Law 

    Laurie, Graeme (Ashgate Publishing, 2006)
    The author, Laurie, provides an account of the writings of Professor (Emiritus) of Forensic Medicine and Honorary Fellow, Professor J Kenyon Mason. In this chapter, an extract from Professor Mason's Festschrift, Laurie ...
  • Canning the Spam and Cutting the Cookies: Consumer Privacy On-Line and EU Regulation 

    Edwards, Lilian (Hart Publishing, 2005)
    The chapter deals with the regulation of "spam" (unsolicited junk emails), and "cookies", which typically store personal data about a user's transactions. Specifically, the author focusses on the European and UK laws to ...
  • Canning the spam: Is There a Case for Legal Control of Junk Electronic Mail? 

    Edwards, Lilian (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2000-01-01)
    Paper presented by Edwards on 'Canning the spam: Is there a case for legal control of junk electronic mail?', 2000.
  • Challenging Medical-Legal Norms: The Role of Autonomy, Confidentiality and Privacy in Protecting Individual and Familial Group Rights in Genetic Information 

    Laurie, Graeme (Taylor and Francis, 2001)
    In this article, Laurie discusses the impact of generating genetic information, and what the consequences are of this for individuals, and family members, whose familial genetic information is shared. The authors considers ...
  • The Changing Shape of Cyberlaw 

    Edwards, Lilian (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2004)
    In the struggle to keep up with the deluge of cyberlaw case law, statutes, regulations, commentaries, opinions from the technical, economic and political presses, international treaty activity, European Directives, rounds ...
  • Code, Law and Privacy: Privacy Invading, Enhancing, or Neutral? 

    Edwards, Lilian (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2004-07)
    Paper presented by Edwards for the Lefis workshop held in Belfast, 2004.
  • Collaboration in the Semantic Grid: A Basis for e-Learning 

    Page, K R; Michaelides, D T; Buckingham Shum, S J; Chen-Burger, Y-H; Dalton, J; De Roure, D C; Eisenstadt, M; Potter, S; Shadbolt, N R; Tate, Austin; Bachler, M; Komzak, J (Taylor & Francis, 2005)
    The CoAKTinG project aims to advance the state of the art in collaborative mediated spaces for the Semantic Grid. This paper presents an overview of the hypertext and knowledge based tools which have been deployed to ...
  • The Common Information Environment and Creative Commons 

    Guadamuz, Andres; Hatcher, Jordan; Waelde, Charlotte; Barker, Ed; Duncan, Charles (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2005-10-10)
    A report by Intrallect, Guadamuz and Waelde on the use of Creative Commons licences for the Common Information Environment. Submitted in October 2005.
  • Copyright and the Internet 

    MacQueen, Hector L (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2000-01)
    Paper presented by MacQueen, 2000.
  • Copyright Law Reform: Some Achievable Goals 

    MacQueen, Hector L (Edward Elgar pub, 2007)
    Copyright law reform in the European Union. The chapter discusses possible actions in light of new and amended EU Directives and whether these balances rights' holders and users' interests.
  • Creative Commons, Integrated Circuits, Open Access, Information Technologies 

    Waelde, Charlotte (Oxford University Press, 2006)
    The contribution to Oxford Enclopaedia broadly discusses the information technologies and technologies used to protect and disseminate content posted on the Internet. Creative Commons licenses as a means of protecting ...
  • Databases and Lawful Users: the chink in the armour 

    Waelde, Charlotte (Sweet & Maxwell, 2006)
    The article examines the Database Directive, reviewed by the European Commission in 2005, in assessing whether it resulted in increased investment in the industry and if not, why. Waelde goes onto discuss what the ...
  • Delict, Contract, and the Bill of Rights: A Perspective from the United Kingdom 

    MacQueen, Hector L (Juta & Co, 2004)
    The article offers a comparative approach to the impact of South Africa's Bill of Rights on the law of delict and contract in the United Kingdom.
  • The Digital Divide: It's the Content Stupid 

    Guadamuz, Andres (Sweet and Maxwell, 2005)
    The article examines the notion of the digital divide, not purely from physical access to the Internet, but from availability to online content. It focusses particularly on concerns held by developing countries, and of ...
  • The domain name WHOIS debate: the privacy concerns of domain name registrants 

    Wilson, Caroline (AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, 2005-09)
    Paper presented by Wilson for the Privacy Workshop, chaired by Edwards and held in September 2005.
  • eBay Law: The Legal Implications of the C2C Electronic Commerce Model 

    Guadamuz, Andres (Elsevier, 2003)
    This paper attempts to address some of the legal implications of the popular Consumer-to-Consumer electronic commerce model, in particular the implications of the successful and popular auctions site eBay.