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Code, Law and Privacy: Privacy Invading, Enhancing, or Neutral?
(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.
Audio-Visual Performers' Rights in the UK
(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
From Entertainment to Education: The Scope of Copyright?
(Sweet and Maxwell in association with the Intellectual Property Institute, 2004)
The paper considers the scope of copyright in the light of the so-called “digital (or Internet) revolution” of the last twenty years, and raises some issues about the present and future shape of the law which seem to require ...
Delict, Contract, and the Bill of Rights: A Perspective from the United Kingdom
(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.
Electronic Money: A Viable Payment System?
(Badojoz: Formatex, 2003)
This paper explores some of the legal and practical issues related to the implementation of electronic money placed in smart cards as a viable online payment system. This is a subject of particular importance as many there ...
eBay Law: The Legal Implications of the C2C Electronic Commerce Model
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.
The Digital Divide: It's the Content Stupid
(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 ...
Habeas Data vs the European Data Protection Directive
(Universities of Warwick and Strathclyde, 2001)
The paper discusses Habeas Data, implemented in many Latin American countries as means of data protection. It draws on a comparative approach to contrast amendments within Latin American law with the European Union's ...
‘My tongue is mine ain’: Copyright, the Spoken Word, and Privacy
(Blackwell Publishing, 2005)
This article shows how under the present legislation in the United Kingdom copyright may exist in speech, in particular in interviews and conversations, provided that the words are recorded and constitute an original work.
The Right Not to Know: An Autonomy Based Approach – A Response to Andorno
(BMJ Publishing Group, 2004)
The author comments on the question of a right not to know genetic information, in a response to Dr Adorno. The article discusses similaries shared between Laurie and Adorno, with the former differentiating his views by ...