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.
Governments and ccTLDs: A Global Survey (Version Two) Survey conducted in cooperation with the International Telecommunications Union
In April 2003, Professor Michael Geist and the Telecommunications Standardization Bureau of the International Telecommunications Union launched a survey of all 189 ITU member states on the role of national governments within their domestic top-level domain. The survey featured questions on the current legal role of ccTLD administrators, ccTLD policies, and […]
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)
Cyberlaw 2.0, 44 Boston College Law Review 323 – 58 (2003)
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)