understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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Anne Uteck
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Anne Uteck
LL.D. (Law & Technology) Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

Anne received a B.A. (Political Science and English) from Saint Mary’s University, an LL.B from the University of New Brunswick and an LL.M (Law & Technology) from Dalhousie University.

After being called to the Bar in Nova Scotia, Anne practiced law at McInnes Cooper in Halifax. From 1991- 2001 Anne taught Commercial Law at the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University. In 2001, Anne joined the Dalhousie Law & Technology Institute focusing her research and teaching in the areas of electronic commerce, privacy and employment law. She also taught in the inter-disciplinary Masters of Electronic Commerce Programme, co-edited the IT.Can Newsletter, served as a member of the Editorial Board of the Canadian Journal of Law & Technology (CJLT) and regularly participated in local workshops in the area of privacy law.

Anne is currently a doctoral (Law and Technology) candidate at the University of Ottawa where she is focusing her studies on privacy interests outside the informational context implicated by emerging surveillance technologies. Most recently, Anne co-authored a report for the Canadian Privacy Commissioner, and subsequent publication, on radio-frequency-identification (rfid) and consumer privacy.
 
 
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