Publications

Selected publications by Research Associates and participants in current ARC research projects

  1. Waters, N., submission to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee, 'Commonwealth FOI amendments shouldn’t miss the opportunity for real reform Submission on the Freedom of Information Amendment (Reform) Bill 2009 and Information Commissioner Bill 2009', January 2010 [PDF] NEW
  2. Connolly, C. and Vierboom, A. 'Emerging Best Practice in Do Not Call Registers', Privacy Law and Business International, Vol. 101, October 2009, also available here. NEW
  3. Greenleaf, G. and Vaile, D. "National and Global Dimensions of Public Rights in Copyright" , (2009) 6:2 SCRIPTed 197, August 2009 [guest editorial in 'Unlocking IP 2009: National and Global Dimensions of the Public Domain' conference special edition.] See related article
  4. Paramaguru, A. and Christou, S. "Extension of Legal Deposit: Recording Australia’s Online Cultural Heritage", (2009) 6:2 SCRIPTed 411
  5. Vaile, D. and Watt, R. 'Prohibited packets and the Great Firewall of Canberra: Inspecting the despicable, assessing the unacceptable', Telecommunications Journal of Australia, Volume 59, No. 2, p. 27.1, July 2009
  6. Vaile D, 'Internet filtering and young people - an annotated bibliography', Telecommunications Journal of Australia, Volume 59, No. 2, p. 28.1, July 2009
  7. Waters, N. and Greenleaf, G. Submission to the Australian Government, Response to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Privacy Report 108, Parts A-C, F & I-K, February 2009
  8. Waters, N. and Paramaguru, A. Submission to the Australian Government, Reform of Credit Reporting Privacy Law Response to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Privacy Report 108 Pt G, February 2009
  9. Waters, N., Paramaguru, A. and Christou, S. Submission to the Australian Government, Health and Research Privacy Response to the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Privacy Report 108 Pt H, February 2009
  10. Waters, N. and Greenleaf, G. Submission to the Australian Government, Best practice privacy principles: suggested improvements to the ALRC's model unified privacy principles (UPPs), December 2008
  11. Connolly, C, "The US Safe Harbor - Fact of Fiction?", Galexia Research paper, also Privacy Law Bulletin, December 2008
  12. Waters, N. Johnston, A. and Greenleaf, G. 'Improving Privacy Legislation in New South Wales: Submission to the New South Wales Law Reform Commission in response to the Commission's June 2008 Consultation Paper (CP3)', November 2008
  13. Waters, N. 'Who am I? Dispelling the annoyingly persistent myth of a single answer', paper for [Id]entity 08 conference organised by Office of Victorian Privacy Commissioner, Melbourne, 12 November 2008
  14. Waters, N. and Greenleaf, G. 'How do the ALRC and NSWLRC proposals contribute to providing a set of global best practice Privacy Principles which also adequately address the privacy threats and opportunities from emerging technologies?', June 2008
  15. Connolly C, 'Asia-Pacific region at the Privacy Crossroads', Galexia Research Articles, August 2008. (Benefits/risks of EU or APEC models; developments in Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.)
  16. Greenleaf, G."Hong Kong's 'smart' ID card: Desiged to be out of control", in C. J. Bennett & D. Lyon (eds) Playing the Identity Card: Surveillance, Security and Identification in Global Perspective (2008)
  17. Svantesson, D. Internet & E-Commerce Law, Oxford University Press (2008)
  18. Greenleaf, G. et al, Unlocking IP to stimulate Australian innovation: An Issues Paper, consolidated submissions to the Review of the National Innovation System, 12 May 2008
  19. Paramaguru, A. Vaile, D. Waters, N. and Greenleaf, G. 'Distinguishing PETs from PITs: Developing technology with privacy in mind', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, March 2008
  20. Martin Backes*, 'The registration under the .de TLD from an eGovernment view: Can Germany learn from Australia?', presentation to seminar at UNSW 7 February 2008. (*visiting scholar from Saarland University)
  21. Greenleaf, G. 'Legal Information Institutes and the Free Access to Law Movement', paper for 'Tools for Building Foreign, Comparative and International Law Collections', Globalex, NY University School of Law, February 2008.
  22. Greenleaf, G. and Waters, N. 'In support of a statutory privacy action in Australian law', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, January
  23. Ronald Yu, Sharron Fast and David Vaile,'Office Open XML and the promise not to sue: Opportunity or minefield?', paper for OOXML Symposium, UNSW Law Faculty, 14 December 2007; [2007] UNSWLRS 71 and http://law.bepress.com/unswwps/flrps/art71/ [PDF]
  24. Waters, N, Greenleaf, G. and Bygrave L. 'Closing the privacy-free zones: an analysis of ALRC proposals concerning Privacy Act exemptions', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, December 2007 [PDF]
  25. Waters, N. 'Managing the privilege of credit reporting: an analysis of ALRC proposals for the credit reporting provisions of the Privacy Act', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, December 2007 [PDF]
  26. Greenleaf, G., Waters, N, and Bygrave L. 'Promoting and enforcing privacy principles: an analysis of ALRC proposals for the role of the Privacy Commissioner', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, December 2007 [PDF]
  27. Svantesson, D. Private International Law and the Internet, Kluwer Law International (2007)
  28. Greenleaf, G., Waters, N, and Bygrave L. 'Strengthening uniform privacy principles: an analysis of the ALRC's proposed principles', Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission on the Review of Australian Privacy Laws Discussion Paper 72, December 2007, 92 pgs [PDF]
  29. Rimmer, M. Digital Copyright and the Consumer Revolution: Hands off my iPod, Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (Mass.): Edward Elgar, 2007, http://www.e-elgar.co.uk/bookentry_main.lasso?id=4263
  30. Svantesson, D. 'Geo-location technologies, Internet gambling and the law', Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 10 Issue 4 & 5 (August 2007), pp. 55–58
  31. Prof Graham Greenleaf, 'Function Creep - Defined and Still Dangerous: Submission on the Revised ID Card Bill', submission to Department of Human Services, now online at our ID card page - 27 August 2007
  32. Svantesson, D. 'B2C sales and consumer protection', in R. Polcák (ed.) Introduction to ICT law – selected issues (July 2007), pp. 85–102
  33. Prof Graham Greenleaf, The Naked Exposure Draft: ‘Is that an ID card you have in your pocket’?, Presentation to the ‘Access Card’ Seminar, Canberra 21 June 2007
  34. Catherine Bond, ‘Reconciling Crown Copyright and Reuse of Government Information: An Analysis of the CLRC Crown Copyright Review’, UNSW Law Research Paper [2007] UNSWLRS 32, (2007) 12 Media & Arts Law Review (forthcoming).
  35. SCRIPT-ed, Volume 4, Issue 1 (March 2007) - Special issue features articles from our Unlocking IP 2006: "Creating Commons" conference.
  36. Svantesson, D. 'Conflict of laws issues associated with a tort of privacy', Computer Law & Security Report, Vol 23 No 6 (2007); pp. 523–528
  37. Svantesson, D. 'E-commerce tax: How the taxman brought geography to the “borderless” Internet', Revenue Law Journal, Vol. 17(1) (2007
  38. Svantesson, D. 'Geo-identification and the Internet – A New Challenge for Australia’s Internet Regulation', Murdoch E-Law Journal Vol 14, No 2, 2007; pp. 155–177
  39. Svantesson, D. 'Protecting privacy on the “borderless” Internet – Some thoughts on extraterritoriality and transborder data flow', Bond Law Review 19(1) (June 2007); pp. 168–187
  40. Svantesson,D. 'An Introduction to Jurisdictional Issues in Cyberspace', in C.Vidya (ed.) Cyber Jurisdiction: A Legal Vision, Amicus Books The Icfai University Press (March 2007)
  41. Dan Svantesson “Imagine there’s no countries...” – Geo-identification, the law and the not so borderless Internet, Journal of Internet Law Vol. 10 No. 9 (March 2007); pp. 1 & 18 – 21
  42. Graham Greenleaf, Alana Maurushat, David Vaile, Catherine Bond and Abi Paramaguru, 'Not a Fair Trade: Australia's TPM Protection and AUSFTA-Inspired Reforms' UNSW Law Research Paper [2007] UNSWLRS 19, originally "Submission on the exposure draft Bill on technological protection measures (TPMs)", 22 September 2006 (Unlocking IP Working Paper).
  43. Catherine Bond, "The State of Licensing: Towards Reuse of NSW Government Information- Unlocking IP Working Paper", 4 September 2006.
  44. Dan Svantesson “The Legal Implications of Geo-identification”, Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence special edition (2006) Vol. 9; pp. 279 – 287
    http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/98
  45. Dan Svantesson “The Relation between Public International Law and Private International Law in the Internet Context”, Yearbook of New Zealand Jurisprudence special edition (2006) Vol. 9; pp. 154 – 160 http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/99
  46. Dan Svantesson “Internet Jurisdiction in the People’s Republic of China”, Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 9 Issue 8 (November 2006), pp. 98 – 100
  47. Dan Svantesson "The not so ‘borderless’ Internet – Does it still give rise to private international law issues", Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference (July 2006), Victoria University Australia http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/96
  48. Dan Svantesson, 'Geo-location technologies increasing online security - How, and to what extent, do they work?', Security Solutions Magazine 43 2006; pp. 70–74.
  49. Dan Svantesson, 'Borders on, or border around – the future of the Internet', Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology, Vol. 16 No. 2 (2006); pp. 343–381.
  50. Graham Greenleaf, "Creating commons by friendly appropriation", paper for the Unlocking IP 2006 Conference July 2006.
  51. Jane Anderson and Kathy Bowrey, "The Imaginary Politics of Access to Knowledge: Whose Cultural Agendas are Being Advanced?", July 2006 (working paper).
  52. Carol Fripp & Dennis Macnamara (industry partners, Unlocking IP Research Project), "Supporting a creative economy, an agnostic approach to open content licensing - policy and practice in Australian Vocational Education & Training", paper for the Unlocking IP Conference July 2006.
  53. Catherine Bond, "Simplification and Consistency in Australian Public Rights Licences", July 2006.
  54. Ben Bildstein, "Finding and Quantifying Australia’s Online Commons", July 2006.
  55. Graham Greenleaf, "Quacking like a duck"', paper for the 'Proposed national ID card' research project, 12 June 2006
  56. Roger Clarke, "Google's Gauntlets", 30 April 2006, Comp. L. & Security Rep. 22, 3 (May-June 2006). Preprint available online.
  57. Rimmer, M. "Robbery Under Arms: Copyright Law and the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement", First Monday, 2006, Vol. 11 (3), SSRN: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=855805
  58. Dan Svantesson, 'An Introduction to Jurisdictional Issues in Cyberspace', Journal of Law and Information Science, Vol. 15 (February 2006); pp. 50-74.
  59. Roger Clarke, " A Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of Privacy Policy Statements," 20 January 2006.
  60. Dan Svantesson, 'Who’s fingerprints, and with what flavour, would you like today?', Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 11 No 7 (August 2005); p. 201. http://epublications.bond.edu.au/law_pubs/13/
  61. Rimmer, M. "Bloomsday: Copyright Estates and Cultural Festivals", Script-ed (University of Edinburgh), September 2005, Vol. 2 (3), p. 383-428 (Unlocking IP project) <http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrb/script-ed/vol2-3/bloomsday.asp>
  62. Svantesson, D. "In defence of the doctrine of forum non conveniens", Hong Kong Law Journal, Vol. 35 Part 2 (2005), pp. 395–420.
  63. Rimmer, M. "The Garden of Australian Dreams: The Moral Rights of Landscape Artists" in Blakeney, M., Bowrey, K. and MacMillan, F. (ed.) New Directions in Copyright: Volume 3. London: Edward Elgar, 2006, (under review).
  64. Rimmer, M. "Japonica Rice: Intellectual Property, Scientific Publishing, and Data-Sharing", Prometheus, September 2005, Vol. 23, (forthcoming).
  65. Dan Svantesson, 'The Relation between Public International Law and Private International Law in the Internet Context', Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference (July 2005), Hamilton New Zealand.
  66. Dan Svantesson, 'The Legal Implications of Geo-identification', Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference (July 2005), Hamilton New Zealand.
  67. Clarke R. (2005d) 'A Proposal for an Open Content Licence for Research Paper (Pr)ePrints' Forthcoming, First Monday 10, 7 (July 2005), at < http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/PrePrLic.html >
  68. Dan Svantesson, 'Geo-identification – Now They Know Where You Live', Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 11 No 6 (April 2005); pp. 171 – 174.
  69. Clarke R. (2005c) 'Revenue Models for Journal-Publishing in the Open Access Era' Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd, April 2005, at < http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/JP-RM.html >
  70. Clarke R. (2005b) 'The Cost-Profiles of Alternative Approaches to Journal-Publishing' Invited presentation in a session on 'The Impact of Open Access on Publishers, Librarians and Academics', at the Fiesole Collection Retreat Series, no. 7, Melbourne, 29 April 2005, at < http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/JP-CP.html >
  71. Dan Svantesson, The characteristics making Internet communication challenge traditional models of regulation - What every international jurist should know about the Internet, International Journal of Law and Information Technology Vol. 13 No. 1 (March 2005), Oxford University Press; pp. 39 – 69.
  72. Rimmer, M. "Hail To The Thief: A Tribute To Kazaa", The University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal, Spring 2005, Vol. 2 (1), p. 173-218.
  73. Dan Svantesson, 'An Update on the proposed Hague Convention on Exclusive Choice of Court Agreements' , Computer Law & Security Report Vol. 21 Issue 1 (March 2005), Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. ISSN 0267 3649; pp. 22 – 29
  74. Clarke R. (2005a) 'Towards a P2P Research Agenda' Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd, April 2005, at < http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/P2PRes.html >, currently before the referees of the Journal of Electronic Commerce Research
  75. Greenleaf G, 'Commons & collecting societies: Collision or collaboration?' (Powerpoint), Presentation to the Board of Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) (Feb 2005) < http://www2.austlii.edu.au/%7Egraham/publications/2005/CAL_board05.ppt>
  76. Rimmer, M. "The Grey Album: Copyright Law and Digital Sampling", Media International Australia, February 2005, Issue 114, p 40-53, abstract at http://emsah.uq.edu.au/mia/issues/miacp114.html
  77. Pearson G (2005) 'The ambit of unconscionability in relation to financial services', Company and Securities Law Journal, pp. 195-219.
  78. Svantesson, Dan, 'A bulletin board is a bulletin board (even if it is electronic) – certain intermediaries protected from liability after all' , Bond Law Review 16(2) (December 2004), pp. 169 - 175, at http://www.svantesson.org/pubbondbbs.doc
  79. Lee Bygrave, "Privacy in a Global Context - A Comparative Overview", Scandinavian Studies in Law, 2004, vol. 47, pp. 319-348.
  80. Greenleaf G, 'Full free access to law: Global policy aspects' (Powerpoint presentation) 6th Law via Internet Conference, Paris, November 2004 < http://www2.austlii.edu.au/%7Egraham/publications/2004/Policies_Paris.ppt>
  81. Dan Svantesson, Geo-location technologies and other means of placing borders on the ‘borderless’ Internet, John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law, Vol XXIII, No 1, Fall 2004; pp. 101 – 139.
  82. Julian Gillespie, Patrick Fair, Adrian Lawrence, David Vaile, Coping when everything is digital: Digital Documents and Issues in Document Retention, Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, Sydney, 2004.
  83. Nigel Waters, Privacy, 'Hot Topic' 45, Legal Access Information Centre, State Library of New South Wales, ISSN 1322-4301 (2004).
  84. Lee Bygrave, Personvern i informasjonssamfunnet: En innføring i vern av personopplysninger [Privacy protection in the information society: An introduction to the protection of personal information] (Bergen: Fagbokforlaget, 2004), 286 pages (co-authored with Dag Wiese Schartum).
  85. Clarke R. (2004a) 'Peer-to-Peer (P2P) - An Overview' Xamax Consultancy Pty Ltd, November 2004, at http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/P2POview.html
  86. Clarke R. (2004b) 'eBusiness Models for Sharing Content' Invited Presentation at Conf. Unlocking I.P.: New models for sharing and trading intellectual property, U.N.S.W. Sydney, 18-19 November 2004, at http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/EC/BMUIP0411.html
  87. Svantesson, Dan, Geo-location Technologies – A Brief Overview , Cyberspace 2004: Normative Framework (October 2004), Brno Czech Rep. http://www.svantesson.org/svantesson20040906.doc
  88. Svantesson, Dan, A Very Expensive Box – What Exactly do you get when Buying Computer Software “Off-the-Shelf”? , The National Legal Eagle (October 2004), pp. 7 – 9, at http://www.svantesson.org/publegeag.doc
  89. Svantesson, Dan, The Place of Action Defence – A Defamation Defence for the globalised world of the 21 st Century , Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference (July 2004), Darwin Australia.
  90. Vaile D, ‘New Spam laws: risks and compliance issues?’, paper at AusCERT conference, Gold Coast Australia, 26 May 2004.
  91. Greenleaf G, "The APEC privacy initiative: 'OECD Lite' for the Asia-Pacific?", Privacy Laws and Business International Newsletter 71 (UK) (2004).
  92. Vaile D, "Spam Canned", Internet Law Bulletin, 6 (2004) 6 (9) INTLB 113.
  93. Dan Svantesson, The ‘Place of Action’ Defence – A Model for Cross-Border Internet Defamation, Australian International Law Journal (2003) pp. 172 – 198
  94. Bygrave L , “EC data protection Directive survives first official review”, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2003, vol. 10, pp. 74–76.
  95. G Greenleaf, "APEC privacy principles: More Lite with every version", (2003) 10(6) Privacy Law & Policy Reporter (November 2003).
  96. Lee Bygrave, “Kryptopolitikk i en brytningstid” [“Cryptography policy in an era of change”], in H. Godø (ed.), IKT etter dotcom-boblen [ICT after the dot.com-bubble] (Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk, 2003), pp. 252-278.
  97. David Vaile, "Anti-spam bill full of truck-sized loopholes", Australian Financial Review, 6 November 2003.
  98. Graham Greenleaf and Nigel Waters, "NSW to scrap Privacy Commissioner, reduce privacy protection", [2003] 10(6) Privacy Law & Policy Reporter (November 2003).
  99. Dan Svantesson, Jurisdictional Issues and the Internet – A Brief Overview , Cyberspace 2003: Normative Framework (October 2003), Brno Czech Rep.
  100. Graham Greenleaf, "APEC privacy principles: More Lite with every version", [2003] 10(6) Privacy Law & Policy Reporter.
  101. Lee Bygrave, "Digital Rights Management and Privacy -- Legal Aspects in the European Union", E Becker et al, Digital Rights Management -- Technological, Economic, Legal and Political Aspects (Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 2003), pp. 418-446.
  102. Cameron J and Vaile D, ‘The War on Terrorism versus Cyber Liberties’, paper for conference Risks and Challenges of the Network Society, Karlstad University, Sweden Second IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6/11.7, 9.8, 4–8 August 2003.
  103. Jamieson R, Stevens, K, Luckett P F, Langfield-Smith K M, Sarre W T, Pontell H N, Cuganesan S, Lacey D, Briers M, "Investigating ID Fraud in Australia: A Research Program", in Hanisch J, Falconer D, Horrocks S, Hillier M (eds), Proceedings of The Seventh Pacific-Asia Conference on Information Systems, University of South Australia, Adelaide, 10-13 July 2003, ISBN 0 86803 994 2, pp. 1796-1807 (2003).
  104. B Mercurio, "Overhauling Australian Democracy: The Benefits and Burdens of Internet Voting" 21(2) Tasmania Law Review 23 (July 2003).
  105. Nigel Waters, ‘Surveillance-Off’: Beyond Privacy Impact Assessment - Design Principles to Minimize Privacy Intrusion,’ 16th Annual Privacy Laws and Business International Conference: Transforming Risk Assessment into Everyday Compliance with Data Protection Law; St John’s College, Cambridge, England, 7-9 July 2003. (Forthcoming publication in conference proceedings and in book edited by Paul Roth, University of Otago.)
  106. Dan Svantesson, Legal liability for Internet based cross-border provision of medical advice, information and products , 9 th Greek/Australian International Legal and Medical Conference (June 2003), Rhodes Greece. http://www.svantesson.org/pubLAWMED.doc
  107. G Greenleaf, 'Australia's APEC privacy initiative: The pros and cons of 'OECD Lite,' [2003] 10 Privacy Law & Policy Reporter 1 (May 2003).
  108. Nigel Waters, ‘Assessing the impact of overseas privacy laws,’ LexisNexis Butterworth’s Conference Privacy in Practice, Sydney, 5-6 December 2002
  109. Bryan Mercurio, 'Internet Service Provider Liability for Copyright Infringements of Subscribers: A Comparison of the American and Australian Efforts to Combat the Uncertainty' (2002) 9 (4) Murdoch University E-Law (online).
  110. Nigel Waters, ‘The European influence on privacy law and practice,’ conference on the International Dimensions of E-commerce and Cyberspace Regulation, Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, University of New South Wales, October 2002.
  111. Dan Svantesson, 'Kanitz v. Rogers Cable Inc - Time to rethink Article 4 of the proposed Hague Convention?', Computer Law & Security Report Vol. 18 Issue 5 (September/October 2002), Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. ISSN 0267 3649; pp. 340 - 344.
  112. Lee Bygrave, “The 1995 EC Directive on data protection under official review - feedback so far”, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2002, vol. 9, pp. 126-129 (September 2002).
  113. Lee Bygrave,“Privacy-enhancing technologies - caught between a rock and a hard place”, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2002, vol. 9, pp. 135-137 (September 2002).
  114. Graham Greenleaf, 'Reporting Privacy Complaints Pt 2: Complaint reporting practices of Asia-Pacific Privacy Commissioners' (2002) 9 Privacy Law and Policy Reporter (September 2002).
  115. Roger Clarke, 'Authentication for e-Business: Current Practices, Conceptual and Implementation Issues' for ECom-ICom Experts Address Series, The University of Hong Kong, plus PowerPoint slides (September 2002).
  116. Roger Clarke, 'W(h)ither PKI?' for China IT & Law Centre, Hong Kong Uni., (September 2002).
  117. Roger Clarke, Key Features of Effective I.T. Applications for the New Economies Keynote for Hong Kong International Computer. Conference, (September 2002). plus PowerPoint slides
  118. Lee Bygrave, Data Protection Law: Approaching its Rationale, Logic and Limits, Kluwer Law International, 448 pp. (August 2002).
  119. Than Yeng, ‘An ISPs responsibility for cooperating with government agencies in Australia,’ Internet Law Bulletin 2002.
  120. Than Yeng, ‘Online database protection’, two papers on database content and design copyright and protection using other principles, Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 4 No. 9 and 10, 2002.
  121. Graham Greenleaf, 'Reporting Privacy Complaints Part 1: A proposal for systematic reporting of complaints in Asia-Pacific jurisdictions' (2002) 9 Privacy Law and Policy Reporter 41- (August 2002).
  122. Kathy Bowrey and Mathew Rimmer, "Rip, Mix, Burn: The Politics of Peer to Peer and Copyright Law," First Monday, Volume 7, Number 8 (August 2002).
  123. Roger Clarke, Research Use of Personal Data for a panel sessionof the National Scholarly Communications Forum on 'Privacy: Balancing the Needs of Researchers and the Individual's Right to Privacy under the New Privacy Laws', Australian Archives, (9 August 2002).
  124. Nigel Waters, ‘From Wee Waa to Norfolk Island (and beyond?): ‘voluntary’ biometric testing for criminal investigations,’ (2002) 9(6) PLPR 116
  125. Nigel Waters, ‘NSW Government fails the test of student violence allegations (2002) 9(6) PLPR 101
  126. Roger Clarke, 'Ethical and Social Aspects of I.T. - Property in Bits - IP's Impact on IP', PowerPoint slides - for ANU Software Engineering students (July 2002).
  127. Carolyn Penfold, 'The Content Control that Wasn't: Two Years of the Online Services Amendment.' Information and Communications Technology Law (UK) 2002 11 (2), p141.
  128. Roger Clarke, 'The Mythology of Consumer Identity Authentication' plus PowerPoint slides, for the DP Commissioners' Conference, September 2000, (July 2002).
  129. Roger Clarke, 'eAuthentication: Where's the Public Interest?', plus PowerPoint slides for CyberLaw and Policy Centre, UNSW, (July 2002)
  130. Lee A Bygrave, "A right to privacy for corporations? Lenah in an international context", Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2002, vol. 8, pp. 130-134.
  131. Graham Greenleaf, 'Canada makes privacy impact assessments compulsory' (2002) 8 Privacy Law and Policy Reporter 189-190 (June 2002)
  132. Roger Clarke, Internet-Induced Constraints on Freedoms: The Implications for Innovation, PowerPoint slide-set presented to NOIE executives - 500KB, plus 'teaser' slide-set (July 2002)
  133. Carolyn Penfold, 'Internet Content Regulation in Australia: Perceptions thus far.' Computers and Law. No. 48 June 2002, p.24.
  134. Graham Greenleaf, 'The Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII): Its role in free access to global law via the Intern'et [2002] Hong Kong Law Journal Vol 32, Part 1 (in press) (co-authors P Chung, A Mowbray, Ka Po Chow and KH Pun).
  135. Dan Svantesson, 'At the Crossroads - The proposed Hague Convention and the future of Internet defamation', Computer Law & Security Report Vol. 18 Issue 3 (May/June 2002), Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. ISSN 0267 3649; pp. 191 - 196.
  136. Lee A Bygrave, "Online Dispute Resolution - What it means for consumers", presented at Doamin Names Systems and Internet Governance, Tuesday 7 May 2002.
  137. Graham Greenleaf, 'Singapore takes the softest privacy options' (2002) 8 Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 169-173 (May 2002).
  138. Dan Svantesson, 'The Gutnick v. Dow Jones decision - Which questions were answered and which were not?', Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 4 Issue 7 (May 2002), Prospect Media, Sydney, Australia. ISSN 1329-9735; pp. 73 - 78.
  139. Lee A. Bygrave: "The Technologisation of Copyright: Implications for Privacy and Related Interests", European Intellectual Property Review, 2002, vol. 24, pp. 51--57.
  140. Alex Steel, 'Vaguely going where no-one has gone: the expansive new computer access offences', (2002) 26 Criminal Law Journal (April 2002).
  141. Nigel Waters, ‘Privacy exemptions in FOI Laws – an unnecessary barrier to accountability,’ International Symposium on Freedom of Information and Privacy, Auckland, 28 March 2002
  142. Graham Greenleaf, " 'IP, phone home': The uneasy relationship between copyright and privacy, illustrated in the laws of Hong Kong and Australia" [2002] Hong Kong Law Journal Vol 32, Part 1, 35-81 (draft copy only).
  143. Graham Greenleaf, "Free access to law via Internet as a condition of the rule of law in Asian societies: HKLII and WorldLII" Conference on the rule of law in East Asia: Formation and Development, Hong Kong, January 2002 (co-author Philip Chung).
  144. Dan Svantesson, " 'Consent' - How much can the meaning of a word change in four months?", Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 8 No 6 (October 2001), Butterworths, Sydney, Australia. ISSN 1321-3563; pp. 112 - 113.
  145. Lee A. Bygrave, “Balancing Data Protection and Freedom of Expression in the Context of Website Publishing – Recent Swedish Case Law”, Computer Law & Security Report, 2002, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 56–58 (also published in Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2001, vol. 8, pp. 83–85).
  146. Nigel Waters, ‘Can the media and privacy ever get on?’ National Privacy Conference, Melbourne, 26-27 November 2001 and ACIJ National Conference ‘Public Right to Know’, 26-28 October 2001; published in PLPR – (2002) 8(8) PLPR 149
  147. Dan Svantesson, 'What should Article 7 - Consumer contracts, of the proposed Hague Convention, aim to accomplish in relation to e-commerce?', Computer Law & Security Report Vol. 17 Issue 5 (September/October 2001), Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. ISSN 0267 3649; pp. 318 - 325.
  148. Nigel Waters and Graham Greenleaf, ‘Enforcement of the privacy act: problems and potential,’ Privacy 2001 Conference - IIR Conferences - Melbourne, 16-17 October 2001
  149. Dan Svantesson, 'Gutnick v Dow Jones - A Gordian Knot', Thomson's e-law site (www.elawpractice.com.au) (August 2001).
  150. Roger Clarke, The Re-Invention of Public Key Infrastructure
  151. Dan Svantesson, 'Australia. Optimising the potential of e-commerce: a win-win solution', Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 10 (June 2001), Prospect Media, Sydney, Australia. ISSN 1329-9735; pp. 136 - 138.
  152. Lee A. Bygrave, "Electronic Agents and Privacy: A Cyberspace Odyssey 2001", International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2001, vol. 9, pp. 275--294.
  153. Ron van der Meyden and J. Y. Halpern, 'A logical reconstruction of SPKI', to appear in a special issue of Journal of Computer Security containing selected papers from CSFW'01.
  154. Roger Clarke, Authentication: A Sufficiently Rich Model to Enable e-Business (December 2001.)
  155. Roger Clarke, Defamation on the Web (revision of October 2001)
  156. Dan Svantesson, " 'Consent' - How much can the meaning of a word change in four months?", Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 8 No 6 (October 2001), Butterworths, Sydney, Australia. ISSN 1321-3563; pp. 112 - 113.
  157. Roger Clarke, Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications: Technology and Policy Foundations for a National Academy of Sciences Symposium (3 October 2001).
  158. Carolyn Penfold, 'Nazis, Porn and Politics: Asserting Control over Internet Content,' Journal of Information, Law and Technology (UK) 2001 (2).
  159. Roger Clarke, Trust in the Context of e-Business (revision of October 2001).
  160. Roger Clarke, Beyond the Alligators of 21/12/2001, There's a Public Policy Swamp for a Sydney conference, plus PowerPoint slide-set (October 2001).
  161. Roger Clarke, Authentication: A Sufficiently Rich Model to Enable e-Business (October 2001).
  162. Dan Svantesson, 'What should Article 7 - Consumer contracts, of the proposed Hague Convention, aim to accomplish in relation to e-commerce?', Computer Law & Security Report Vol. 17 Issue 5 (September/October 2001), Elsevier Science Ltd, Oxford, UK. ISSN 0267 3649; pp. 318 - 325.
  163. Roger Clarke, e-Business: Consumer Perspectives (overview for the ASCPA IT Day, Canberra, 11 September 2001, plus PowerPoint slide-set, and supplementary PowerPoint slide-set on privacy issues)
  164. Dan Svantesson, 'Gutnick v Dow Jones - A Gordian Knot', Thomson's e-law site (www.elawpractice.com.au) (August 2001).
  165. Graham Greenleaf, 'A proposal for systematic reporting of Privacy Commissioners' resolutions of complaints', (August 2001).
  166. Holly Raiche, 'Telecommunication Privacy - The Interaction of the Privacy and Telecommunication regulatory systems' [2001], Presented at The New Australian Privacy Landscape Continuing Legal Education Seminar Wednesday 14 March 2001 (Aug 2001)
  167. Carolyn Penfold, 'Nazis, Porn and Politics: Asserting Control over Internet Content,' Journal of Information, Law and Technology (UK) 2001 Iss 2 (Aug 2001)
  168. Roger Clarke, Paradise Gained, Paradise Re-lost: How the Internet is being Changed from a Means of Liberation to a Tool of Authoritarianism, Mots Pluriels, August 2001.
  169. Tim Dixon, Valuing Privacy: An overview and introduction [2001], Valuing Privacy: Legal Protections and Exceptions, UNSW Law Journal 2001
  170. Chris Connolly, Financial Services Privacy - the interaction of the privacy and financial services regulatory systems [2001], Presented at The New Australian Privacy Landscape Continuing Legal Education Seminar Wednesday 14 March 2001 (Aug 2001)
  171. Graham Greenleaf, 'Commissioner misleads by avoiding hard questions on PKI' - Submission to the Federal Privacy Commissioner on the Draft Guidelines for privacy in Public Key Infrastructure (27 July 2001)
  172. Roger Clarke, Can Digital Signatures and Public Key Infrastructure Be of Any Use in the Health Care Sector ??? (notes and PowerPoint slides for a panel session for the Health Informatics Conference, Canberra, July) (July 2001)
  173. Roger Clarke, Certainty of Identity: A Fundamental Misconception, and a Fundamental Threat to Security , eSecurity and eCrime conference, Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, Sydney (19 July 2001).
  174. Graham Greenleaf, 'Key concepts undermining the NPPs - A second opinion' (2001) 8 Privacy Law & Policy Reporter 1 (July 2001)
  175. Ron van der Meyden and J. Y. Halpern, 'A logic for SDSI's Linked Local Name Spaces', Journal of Computer Security, vol. 9, number 1,2, pp. 75 - 104, 2001. (abstract)
  176. Roger Clarke, Trust in Cyberspace: What eCommerce Doesn't Get for the UNSW CLE Seminar, Abstract plus PowerPoint slides (June 2001).
  177. Dan Svantesson, 'Australia. Optimising the potential of e-commerce: a win-win solution', Internet Law Bulletin Vol. 3 Issue 10 (June 2001), Prospect Media, Sydney, Australia. ISSN 1329-9735; pp. 136 - 138.
  178. Roger Clarke, Relevance of Portals to e-Government', PowerPoint slides for a panel session, Bled, Slovenia (June 2001).
  179. Graham Greenleaf, Tabula Rasa': Ten reasons why Australian privacy law does not exist, Valuing Privacy: Legal Protections and Exceptions, UNSW Law Journal 2001.
  180. Lee Bygrave, The place of privacy in data protection law, Valuing Privacy: Legal Protections and Exceptions, UNSW Law Journal 2001.
  181. Roger Clarke, Privacy as a means of engendering trust in cyberspace commerce, Valuing Privacy: Legal Protections and Exceptions, UNSW Law Journal 2001.
  182. Tim Dixon, 'Preparing for the new privacy legislation', paper presented at conference "Cyberspace Regulation: eCommerce and Content", Grace Hotel, Sydney (May 2001)
  183. Lee Bygrave, "Jurisdictional Issues and Consumer Protection in Cyberspace: The View from "Down Under", paper presented at conference "Cyberspace Regulation: eCommerce and Content", Grace Hotel, Sydney, 24 May 2001 (co-authored with Dan Svantesson).
  184. Graham Greenleaf, 'Enforcement of the Privacy Act: Problems and potential' Privacy Law 2001 Conference , IIR Conferences, Sydney (May 2001).
  185. Carolyn Penfold, 'Australian Internet Censorship in an International Context.' Paper presented at Cyberspace Regulation: E-Commerce and Content seminar, UNSW Law School, Centre for Continuing Legal Education, May 2001.
  186. Chris Connolly, The revised EFT code of conduct: e-Commerce implications. Paper presented at Cyberspace Regulation: E-Commerce and Content seminar, UNSW Law School, Centre for Continuing Legal Education, May 2001.
  187. Roger Clarke, Research Challenges in Emergent e-Health Technologies notes for a panel session, Salzburg (June 2001).
  188. Lee Bygrave, "Et grunnlag for utvikling av en nasjonal kryptopolitikk" ["A basis for development of a national cryptography policy"], Forvaltningsinformatiske notatserie / Manuscript series on Information Technology and Administrative Systems, University of Oslo, 2001, no. 3, 43 page
  189. Carolyn Penfold, 'Principles of Computerised Legal Research.' Papers presented at Computerised Legal Research and the Internet. UNSW Law School, Centre for Continuing Legal Education, March 2000, Sept 2000, March 2001.
  190. Roger Clarke, If e-Business is Different, Then Research in e-Business is Too (invited plenary paper for the IFIP TC8 Conference on e-Business, Salzburg, plus PowerPoint slides (June 2001).
  191. Kathy Bowrey (2001), 'Intellectual property, peer to peer and resistance to regulation', Cyberspace Law and Policy Series: Cyberspace Regulation: E-Commerce and Content, Centre for Continuing Legal Education and Baker & McKenzie Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, Grace Hotel (24-25 May 2001).
  192. Roger Clarke (2001) 'Meta-Brands' (Privacy Seals) PLPR (April 2001)
  193. Kathy Bowrey (2001) "The Outer Limits Of Copyright Law - Where Law Meets Philosophy And Culture", Law and Critique, Vol 12:1, pp1-24.
  194. Roger Clarke (2001) The Fundamental Inadequacies of Conventional Public Key Infrastructure (for the ECIS Conf. in Bled, Slovenia (June 2001).
  195. Graham Greenleaf (2001) Private sector privacy: Problems of interpretation, paper presented at 'The New Australian Privacy Landscape' seminar, UNSW Faculty of Law, 14 March 2001.
  196. Nigel Waters and Graham Greenleaf, ‘Adequacy of Australian Privacy Laws in relation to the European Union Directive,’'The New Australian Privacy Landscape’ , UNSW Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Wednesday 14 March 2001, Published in PLPR – (2001) 8 PLPR 1, 16, and (2001) 8(2) PLPR 39
  197. Roger Clarke (2001) While You Were Sleeping ... Surveillance Technologies Arrived Australian Quarterly 73: 1, January-February 2001.
  198. Kathy Bowrey (2001) "Retrospective Futures?" Conference Paper for ‘Of Languages and Laws’, Tenth Annual International Conference of the Law and Literature Association of Australia, July 7-9 2000. [80k - Microsoft Word format]
  199. Roger Clarke (2001) Privacy as a Means of Engendering Trust in Cyberspace March 2001, for UNSW L. J.
  200. Lee Bygrave, An overview of Norwegian rules on protection of privacy and personality, in M. Henry (ed.), International Privacy, Publicity and Personality Laws (London: Butterworths, 2001), pp. 333–346 (co-authored with Ann Helen Aarø).
  201. Roger Clarke (2001) Towards a Taxonomy of B2B e-Commerce Schemes (February, for the 14th Int'l EC Conference in Bled, Slovenia, in June)
  202. Roger Clarke (2001) Of Trustworthiness and Pets: What Lawyers Haven't Done for e-Business (February).
  203. Lee Bygrave, “An international data protection stocktake @ 2000 – Part 2: core principles of data protection laws”, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2000, vol. 7, pp.169–178.
  204. Carolyn Penfold, 'The Online Services Amendment, Internet Content Filters, and User Empowerment." National Law Review November (2000) NLR 7.
  205. Greenleaf G 'Free the Law: How the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) Achieved the Free Availability of Legal Information on the Internet' 2000 (1) Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT).
  206. Lee Bygrave, “Minding the Machine: Article 15 of the EC Data Protection Directive and Automated Profiling”, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, 2000, vol. 7, pp. 67–76.
  207. Carolyn Penfold, Censorship Legislation - Wrecking the Internet? (2000) NLR 4.
  208. Roger Clarke (2000) The Feasibility of Regulating Gambling on the Internet (December, for Managerial and Decision Economics)
  209. Holly Raiche, "Telecommunications privacy codes: Where do they fit now?" (2000) 7 Privacy Law & Policy Reporter 16.
  210. Roger Clarke, Public Key Infrastructure: An Artefact Ill-Fitted to the Needs of the Information Society, Prepared for submission to the 'IS in the Information Society' Track of the Euro. Conf. in Inf. Syst. (ECIS 2001), Bled, Slovenia, 27-29 June 2001 (October 2000).
  211. Allen R, Greenleaf G, Austin D, Chung P, and Mowbray A, 'With a wysh and a prayer: An Experiment in Cooperative Development of Legal Knowledgebases', 2000 (2) The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT).; also published as 'Collaborative legal inferencing via the web' Proceedings, Law via the Internet '99 Conference, 21-23 July 1999, AustLII, University of Technology, Sydney; (shorter version also published in Proceedings, 7th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (7 ICAIL), Oslo, Norway, published by Association for Computing Machinery)
  212. Dan Svantesson (2000) "Jurisdiction in Internet Law: A comparison between Australia, Sweeden and United States of America".
  213. Bruce Gordon (2000) "A Laucna in Cyberspace", Vol.14 No. 4 Commercial Law Quarterly 3 (Word Doc)
  214. Graham Greenleaf  'E-commerce and consumer privacy after the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Bill 2000' (29 pgs) E-Commerce Seminar, University of New South Wales Faculty of Law Centre for Continuing Legal Education , 19-20 October 2000
  215. Kathy Bowrey (2000) "Book Review: Sherman & Bently, The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law", European Intellectual Property Review 22:7 pp 343-4.
  216. Lee Bygrave "Where Have All the Judges Gone? Reflections on Judicial Involvement in Developing Data Protection Law" , Privacy Law & Policy Reporter , vol 7, 2000, pp 11-15, 33-36.
  217. Michael Chesterman "Porn Laws Encounter the First Amendment: The Net Result" , paper to an Internet Governance Workshop held by the Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy and the Socio-Legal Research Centre at Griffith University. (24 July 2000)
  218. Rodger Jamieson  'The impact of IS audit experience, knowledge and task complexity on the identification of weaknesses in information systems', Proceedings of the AAANZ Conference, Hamilton Island, (2-4 July 2000)
  219. Roger Clarke Submission to the Inquiry into e-Privacy by the Senate Select Committee on Information Technologies (July 2000)
  220. Graham Greenleaf, 'Safe Harbor's low benchmark for "adequacy": EU sells out privacy for US$' (2000) 7 PLPR 45 (Privacy Law & Policy Reporter Vol 7 No 3)
  221. Greenleaf, G 'Private sector Bill amendments ignore EU problems' (2000) 7 PLPR 41, Privacy Law & Policy Reporter Vol 7 No 3.
  222. Lee Bygrave "Determining Applicable Law pursuant to European Data Protection Legislation", Computer Law & Security Report, vol 16, 2000, pp. 252-257.
  223. Roger Clarke, How to Ensure That Privacy Concerns Don't Undermine e-Transport Investments (Melbourne, July 2000) 
  224. Roger Clarke, File Discovery and Sharing Technologies: MP3, Napster and Friends, and Their Impact on Music E-Publishing (July 2000)
  225. Michael Chesterman "When is a Communication 'Political'?" (2000) 14(2) Legislative Studies 5-23
  226. Lee Bygrave, "International Consumer Purchases through the Internet: Jurisdictional Issues pursuant to European Law", International Journal of Law and Information Technology, vol 8, 2000, pp 99-138 (co-authored with Morten Foss).
  227. Roger Clarke Famous Nyms (June 2000)
  228. Greenleaf G 'Regulation of exports of personal data: What is 'adequate' for the EU, the US, and the Asia-Pacific?", The Electronic Age - Transactions and the Law Conference, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, Pacific Place Convention Centre, Hong Kong SAR, 31 May 2000
  229. Roger Clarke Privacy Laws of the World (May 2000)
  230. Greenleaf G 'Exporting and importing personal data: The effects of the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Bill 2000', National Privacy and Data Protection Summit IBC Conferences  - Sydney 17 & 18 May 2000
  231. Nigel Waters and Graham Greenleaf, ‘Coping with patchwork regulation - How can it be done?,’ IBC National Privacy & Data Protection Summit, Sydney, 17-18 May 2000
  232. Roger Clarke Submission to the Inquiry into the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Bill 2000 by the House of Representatives Legal and Constitutional Committee (May 2000)
  233. Graham Greenleaf Submission to the House of Representatives Standing  Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on the  Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Bill 2000 (May 2000)
  234. Roger Clarke E-Consent: A Key Issue in the New E-Context  - PowerPoint slides (KPMG seminar, Barossa Valley) (May 2000)
  235. Lee Bygrave "An International Data Protection Stocktake @ 2000, Part 1: Regulatory Trends" , Privacy Law & Policy Reporter , vol 6, 2000, pp 129-132.
  236. Roger Clarke Notes on Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Toronto (April)
  237. Graham Greenleaf 'Exporting and importing personal data: The effects of the Privacy Amendment (Private  Sector) Bill 2000' , National Privacy and Data Protection Summit,   IBC Conferences - Sydney,  (May 2000)
  238. Roger Clarke Privacy Bill needs much more work (Australian Computer Society column, The Australian) (February 2000)
  239. Greenleaf, G 'Victoria's privacy Bill still sets the standard' (2000) 7 PLPR 21 (Privacy Law & Policy Reporter Vol 7 No 2
  240. Roger Clarke Notes on Privacy by Design (for CFP'2000, Toronto) (January 2000)
  241. Greenleaf, G 'Reps Committee protects the "privacy-free zone" ' (2000) 7 PLPR 1 (Privacy Law & Policy Reporter Vol 7 No 1)
  242. Roger Clarke Submission to the Commonwealth Attorney-General (re 'A privacy scheme for the private sector: Release of Key Provisions' (January 2000)
  243. Roger Clarke Beyond the OECD Guidelines: Privacy Protection for the 21st Century (January2000)
  244. Roger Clarke Privacy Laws: Resources (January 2000)
  245. Lee Bygrave "Privacy, Data Protection and Copyright: Their Interaction in the Context of Electronic Copyright Management Systems", in P B Hugenholtz (ed): Copyright and Electronic Commerce (The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Law International, 2000) (co-authored with Kamiel Koelman), pp 59-124. An earlier version of this article is available online.

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