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Scholarship

Please find links to my academic articles and other scholarly materials below.



Piercing the peer-to-peer myths: An examination of the Canadian Experience

Piercing the Peer-to-Peer Myths: An Examination of the Canadian Experience, First Monday, volume 10, number 4 (April 2005) (2005)
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Outsourcing Our Privacy: Privacy and Security in a Borderless Commercial World

Outsourcing Our Privacy: Privacy and Security in a Borderless Commercial World (with Milana Homsi) forthcoming UNB Law Journal (working draft 2005) Link to Document FINAL_UNB.doc
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Copyright & Privacy - Through the Technology Lens (Michael Geist et. al.)

Copyright & Privacy - Through the Technology Lens (Michael Geist et. al.), 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 242 (2005)
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Untouchable? A Canadian Perspective on the Anti-Spam Battle

Untouchable? A Canadian Perspective on the Anti-Spam Battle, Working Paper (forthcoming 3:1 University of Ottawa Law and Technology Journal (2005))
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Copyright & Privacy - Through the Copyright Lens (Sarah Deutsch et. al.)

Copyright & Privacy - Through the Copyright Lens (Sarah Deutsch et. al.), 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 212 (2005)
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The Upcoming Copyright Clash

The Upcoming Copyright Clash, Literary Review of Canada (2005)
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Copyright Reform is Not a Spectator Sport

Professor Geist publishes a column in the Canadian Association of University Teachers monthly bulletin on Canadian copyright reform that urges the academic community to get involved in the process. The column argues that the proposed reforms pose significant dangers to the Canadian education community and outlines several potential positive alternatives.

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Computer and E-Mail Workplace Surveillance in Canada: The Shift From Reasonable Expectation of Priva

Computer and E-Mail Workplace Surveillance in Canada: The Shift From Reasonable Expectation of Privacy to Reasonable Surveillance, 82 Canadian Bar Review 151-89 (2003)
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Cyberlaw 2.0

Cyberlaw 2.0, 44 Boston College Law Review 323 58 (2003)
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Is There a There There: Towards Greater Certainty for Internet Jurisdiction

Is There a There There: Towards Greater Certainty for Internet Jurisdiction, 16 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1345-1406 (2002)
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