LATI Publications in 2012-2013
T Scassa & RJ Currie, "New First Principles? Assessing the Internet's Challenges to Jurisdiction" (2011) 42 Georgetown Journal of International Law 1017.
J Penney, "Virtual Inequality: Challenges for the Net's Lost Founding Value" (2012) 10:3 Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property 209.
|Books & monographs|
|M Deturbide & T Scassa, Electronic Commerce & Internet Law in Canada, 2nd ed. (Toronto: Wolters Kluwer CCH, 2013).|
J Penney, "Communications Disruption and Censorship Under International Law",Free and Open Communications on the Internet (FOCI) Working Paper No. 9, USENIX Security Symposium, Advanced Computing Systems Association (ACSA), Bellevue, Washington, 2012.
J Penney, "Internet Censorship, Information Conflict, and the Cycle of Global Telecommunications Technologies" Internet Law Work-in-Progress Series 2013, High Tech Law Institute , Santa Clara Law School, March 15, 2013.
|Other articles & publications|
Robert J Currie & Steve Coughlan, "Canada," in Stephen Mason, ed., Electronic Evidence, 3rd ed. (London: LexisNexis Butterworths (UK), 2012) 283-325.
Robert J Currie, Book Review, Legal Issues in Electronic Commerce, 3rd ed., by RL Campbell (2012) 10 Canadian Journal of Law & Technology 121.
M Deturbide, Identification of Consumer Protection Issues in Mobile Payments (Commissioned Report for Industry Canada).
“Telus: Asking the Right Questions about General Warrants”, (2013) 100 CR (6th) 290
Annotation: R. v. Hiscoe (2013) 1 C.R. (7th) 350
Annotation: R. v. Ward (2013) 97 C.R. (6th) 377
Annotation: R. v. Cole (2012) 96 C.R. (6th) 88
Professor Graham Reynolds presented "A Precautionary Approach to Evidence-Based Copyright" at the IP Scholars Workshop in Ottawa on May 25, 2012.
Professor Graham Reynolds was a panelist on the topic of "access to information" at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Summer Institute in Montebello on May 16, 2012.
|Professor Graham Reynolds was recently named a Special Assistant in the area of Intellectual Property as part of the Free Speech Debate project, a research project of the Dahrendorf Programme for the Study of Freedom at St. Antony's College in the University of Oxford. As part of his involvement in this project, he gave a presentation on "Intellectual Property and Free Speech" at the 2012 Dahrendorf Colloquium in Oxford on April 28, 2012. He also wrote a case study on ACTA that featured on the Free Speech Debate website ("ACTA: Open agreement secretly arrived at?" (April 2012).
|In March 2011, Professor Rob Currie presented a paper at the Georgetown Journal of International Law's Annual Symposium, which this year was around the topic of "International Cyberlaw." Professor Currie's paper (which was co-written with Professor Teresa Scassa, Canada Research Chair in Information Law at the University of Ottawa) was entitled "New First Principles? Assessing the Internet's Challenges to Jurisdiction." Other papers at the Symposium dealt with cybercrime, freedom of speech on the internet, and cyberwarfare. View the entire symposium via webcast.|