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Marilyn Monroe, Posh Spice and Me: Personality, Property and Privacy
(International Society for Law and Technology (ISLAT), 2002)
The paper discusses the impact that advances in technology, specifically the ability to capture an image using photographic media, has raised questions: legal, moral and ethical, over the use and exploitation of such ...
Moral Rights and the Internet: Squaring the Circle
(Sweet & Maxwell, 2002)
The article examines the attributes of moral rights, as found in copyright law, over works created and distributed across the Internet. The authors discuss challenges inherent in distributing works across borders with ...
Privacy, Property or Permission? Need Our Models for Regulating Personal Genetic Material Be Mutually Exclusive?
(Acta Press, 2002)
The argument considers in favour of the extension of property rights to individuals in respect of their genetic materials and information derived from those materials. Laurie suggests that existing medico-legal paradigms ...
The new sharing ethic in Cyberspace
(Chigaco-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2002)
The Internet is a new medium that allows every person who is connected to it to become a publisher and to be able to share ideas and information. This is a phenomenon that I call the “New Sharing Ethic”. This new sharing ...
Trouble with Prime Numbers: DeCSS, DVD and the Protection of Proprietary Encryption Tools
(Universities of Warwick and Strathclyde, 2002)
This essay deals with the cracking of DVD encryption and its further diffusion as a computer programme named DeCSS, which has been made available over the Internet in various formats, including t-shirts and a numerical ...