On the Identity Trail's Focus on Technology:

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.

Technologies of Identification: Geospatial Systems and Locational Privacy
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By: Lorraine Kisselburgh
October 31, 2006 .

Privacy-Preserving Delegation of Digital Credentials
By: Carlisle Adams
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team meeting, Ottawa, May 13, 2006.

Privacy Negotiation using a Mobile Agent
By: Yogesh Kalyani
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team meeting, Ottawa, May 13, 2006.
 
Enhancing Consumer Privacy in Identity Federation Architectures
By: Mansour Alsaleh
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team meeting, Ottawa, May 13, 2006.
 
Presentation: Internet Geolocation and Evasion
By: James Muir
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team meeting, Ottawa, May 13, 2006.

Technical Report: Internet Geolocation and Evasion
By: James Muir and Paul van Oorschot,
Technical Report TR-06-05, School of Computer Science, Carleton University (8 April 2006).

Pass-thoughts: Authenticating With Our Minds
By: J. Thorpe, P.C. van Oorschot, A. Somayaji
in Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2005/121 (eprint.iacr.org) http://eprint.iacr.org/2005/121. Revised version (to appear): ACSA 2005 New Security Paradigms Workshop, Sept. 2005, Lake Arrowhead, California.

Digital copyright reform & the piracy of personal information
By: Ian Kerr
Presented at the Third International Conference on the Intellectual Property Protection of High Technology: Intellectual Property Protection of Computer Software at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, December 9, 2005. 

Open problems in applying PETs to EU Data
By: Casper Bowden,
Senior privacy strategist at Microsoft Europe Middle East & Africa
This presentation was given to the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law Tory Technology Tuesdays speaker series, on October 26, 2004.

Plenty of Room? Nanotechnology, Networks and the Politics of Dancing
By: Ian Kerr & Goldie Bassi
(2004) 12 Health Law Journal, 103-123.

Building a Broader Nano-Network
By: Ian Kerr & Goldie Bassi
(2004) 12 Alberta Health Law Review 57-63.

Non-Intrusive Cross-Domain Digital Identity Management
By: Stephan Brands
Proceedings of the 3rd Annual PKI R&D Workshop in Gaithersburg, April 2004.

EULAs and the Geniuses of Uninformative Dissemination
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By: Jeremy Clark 

Myspace: a network without borders
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By: Melissa Cheater 

Surveillance in Spheres of Mobility: Privacy, Technical Design and the Flow of Personal Information on the Transportation and Information Superhighways
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By: Michael Zimmer

Smart Borders: A wholesale information sharing and surveillance regime
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By: Krista Boa

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

Camera Phones and the Everyday
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By: Rob Carey

The Uncertainty over RFID-enabled Passports
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By:Mohamed Layouni

Giving it up for Free: Teens, Blogs, and Marketers’ Lucky Break
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By: Jackie Strandberg

With a Little Help from my Friends (and Colleagues): The Multidisciplinary Requirement for Privacy
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By: Carlisle Adams

Mandatory thumbprinting for the LSAT: an appropriate use of biometrics?
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By: Philippa Lawson

A Society Drunk on Technology (or, A Luddite Commissioner Takes Stock)
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By: Frank Work

HACKING@PRIVACY: Why We Need Protection From The Technologies That Protect Copyright
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By: Ian Kerr

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

On Canadian developments in Electronic Health Record Management and the need for cross-disciplinary action
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By: Stefan Brands

RFIDs: Reasons For Infinite Despair?

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By: Teresa Scassa

I’ll get that to go: HyperSonic Sound technology and the right to be left alone

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By: Catherine Thompson

The Question of Ethics in Information Technology Research
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By: Angela Long