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On the Identity Trail's Focus on Privacy:

Privacy and Surveillance in Web 2.0: Unintended Consequences and the Rise of “Netaveillance”
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Michael Zimmer
May 29, 2007

Is Anything Private in the Age of Internet Social Networking?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Robynn Arnold
May 15, 2007

 Privacy, Identity and Equality:  The Case of Child Pornography
By: Jane Bailey
Presented at the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy Consultation on Online Child Exploitation, Toronto,  May 7 2007.

A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You Be the Judge!
By: Jane Bailey
Presented at “A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007.

 Reasonable Expectations of Privacy: Sociological Perspectives
By: Valerie Steeves
Presented at “A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007.

Perspectives on Privacy: The Technological View
By: Carlisle Adams
Presented at “A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007.

Reasonable Expectations of Privacy: The Psychological Perspective
By: Jacquelyn Burkell
Presented at “A Reasoable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007.

Deeply Personal Information and the Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Tessling
By: David Matheson
Presented at “A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007.

Tessling on my brain: reasonable expectation of privacy, technology, & the future
By: Ian Kerr
Presented at “A Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? You be the Judge!”, Workshop presented at the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference, Montréal, May 1, 2007. 

Privacy as Modesty and the Uninterrogated Equality Rights of LE
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Jane Bailey
February 27, 2007 

Compliance with Canadian Data Protection Laws: Are Retailers Measuring Up?
Report on Retailer Compliance with PIPEDA
Executive Summary - Compliance Report
Compliance Report - Appendices
Report on Databrokerage Industry
Executive Summary - Databroker Report
By: Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)
Compliance and Databroker reports released May 1, 2006.

The Medium is A Message: Reaffirming Public Obligations in the Battle Against Internet Hate
By: Jane Bailey
Presented at National Holocaust Memorial, Law Society of Upper Canada and The League for Human Rights Bnai B’rith Canada, Toronto, April 26, 2006.

Surfing the Waves: What Cyberfeminism is Teaching Me
By: Jane Bailey
Presented at Shirley Greenberg Lecture Series, University of Ottawa, March 15, 2006.

Hacking@ Privacy: Anti-Circumvention Laws, DRM and the Piracy of Personal Information
By: Ian Kerr
In Canadian Privacy Law Review (forthcoming 2005).

Let’s Not Get Psyched Out of Privacy: Reflections on Withdrawing Consent to the Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
By: Jennifer Barrigar, Jacquelyn Burkell, and Ian Kerr
Forthcoming in Canadian Journal of Business Law.

BUDDY BOTS: How Turing's fast friends are under-mining consumer privacy
By: Ian R. Kerr and Marcus Bornfreund  
Forthcoming (2005) Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments (MIT Press).

If Left to Their Own Devices…How DRM and Anti-Circumvention Laws Can Be Used to Hack Privacy
By: Ian Kerr
Chapter from In the Public Interest: The Future of Canadian Copyright Law (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2005).

RFID and Global Privacy Policy
By: Stephanie Perrin
in Simson Garfinkel and Beth Rosenberg (eds.), RFID: Applications, Security, and Privacy, (Addison-Wesley Professional, 2005).

Finding the Balance between Privacy and Security
By: Philippa Lawson
Notes for an address to the Annual Conference of the Canadian Access and Privacy Association, November 22, 2005.

Anonymity and Privacy: Conceptual Links and Normative Implications
By: Travis Dumsday
Presented at Contours of Privacy: Normative, Psychological and Social Perspectives, Carleton University, November 5-6, 2005.

Privacy Policies on Kids’ Favourite Web Sites
By: Jacquelyn Burkell and Valerie Steeves
Presented at the 6th Annual Privacy and Security Workshop, Privacy and Security: Disclosure, University of Toronto on November 3, 2005.

Outsourcing Privacy: Protecting personal information when outsourcing and offshoring
By: Alex Cameron
Presentation to the Ottawa Center for Research and Innovation, November 2005.

Empirical Aspirations:  The Substance of Procedure in Online Music Sharing Litigation
By: Jane Bailey
Spring 2005 at the Canadian Law and Society Association Conference in Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.  The presentation focuses on the impact of civil procedure rules compelling disclosure of user identities on online privacy, as well as on the public interest in resolution of the substantive legal issues surrounding online music sharing.  Her paper, "The Substance of Procedure:  Non-Party Disclosure in the Canadian and U.S. Online Music Sharing Litigation" will be published in winter 2006 in a special issue of the Alberta Law Review devoted to the subject of privacy.

A Brief History of Privacy: Privacy Risks on the Horizon
By: Stephanie Perrin

TPMS, DRMS, COPYRIGHT REFORM & PRIVACY
By: Ian Kerr
Presented to the Federal Court and Federal Court of Appeal Education Seminar: Intellectual Property, April 22, 2005.

Privacy and anonymity on the internet
By: Ian Goldberg
Panopticon, The 15th Annual Conference on Computers, Freedom & Privacy, Keeping an Eye on the Panopticon: Workshop on Vanishing Anonymity, Seattle, April 12, 2005.

Privacy Advocacy In An Age Of Surveillance: The CIPPIC Approach
By: Pippa Lawson
Presented at The Concealed I: Anonymity, Identity and the Prospect of Privacy, University of Ottawa, March 5, 2005.

Infusing Privacy Norms in DRM: Incentives and perspectives from law
By: Alex Cameron   
Chapter in Yves Deswarte, et al. (eds.), Information Security Management, Education and Privacy, IFIP 18th World Computer Congress, TC11 19th International Information Security Workshops, 22-27 August 2004, Toulouse, France (Kluwer 2004).

Digital Rights Management: Where Copyright and Privacy Collide
By: Alex Cameron
(2004) 2 Canadian Privacy Law Review 14.

The Right to Privacy and the Security of the Person
By: David Matheson

Surfing While Muslim: Privacy, Freedom of Speech and the Unintended Consequences of Cybercrime Legislation
By: Jason Young
In Jason M. Young, "Surfing While Muslim: Privacy, Freedom of Expression & the Unintended Consequences of Cybercrime Legislation" Int. J. of Comm. L. & Pol’y, No. 9, December 2004, online: SSRN

Privacy, Rights and Moral Value
By: Dr. Steven Davis
Presented on October 30, 2004, at the On the Identity Trail team dinner in Toronto.

Will changes in data health privacy legislation kill research as we know it?
By: Valerie Steeves
Presented on October 20, 2004, at the 2004 Annual Labelle Lectureship, Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis, McMaster University.

Privacy, Knowledge, and Knowableness
By: David Matheson

I am Where I am: seeing mobility rights through the lens of privacy
By: Martin Finestone

Automation & Ecommerce: How Turing's Fast Friends are Under-Mining Consumer Privacy
By: Ian Kerr
Paper presented on "Automation & Ecommerce: How Turing's Fast Friends are Under-Mining Consumer Privacy" at the Instituut voor Informatierecht at the Universiteit Van Amsterdam, June 25, 2004.

Privacy is Changing Outsourcing in Canada
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Terry McQuay 

Privacy Issues and Canada’s Faith Communities
ID TRAIL MIX
By:Travis Dumsday

On E-Government Authentication and Privacy
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Stefan Brands

The Nature of Privacy
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Steven Davis

Too Much Privacy
ID TRAIL MIX
By: David Matheson

You Want Privacy? Get a Shredder
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Valerie Steeves

Privacy, Anonymity and Public Spaces: What is going On?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Thomas B. Riley

Negotiating Privacy Decisions: Roadblocks and Detours on the Information Highway
ID TRAIL MIX
By:Jacquelyn Burkell

For The Sake Of Productivity...
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Sara Azargive

The Erosion of Privacy: Why Don't We Care?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Jacquelyn Burkell

Technology and the law: Will reasonableness be the ruin of privacy?
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Alex Cameron

CIRCUMVENTING PRIVACY: When Technological Measures Becomes Spyware
ID TRAIL MIX
By: Greg Hagen

 

 
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