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It was submitted and authored by angela daly (acdaly@) for the board of the australian privacy foundation, with assistance in the form of comments and suggestions from adam molnar and david rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactthe law and ethics of "self-quantified" health information: an australian perspectiveinternational data privacy law (forthcoming)• this exploratory article examines the phenomenon of the ‘quantified self’ – until recently, a s... However, the trends influencing eu law and regulation from the 1980s, especially neoliberalism, have resulted in these frameworks - competition law, sector-specific regulation, data protection and fundamental rights - not being well-equipped to advance user autonomy in the internet ds: internet, freedom, regulation, users, autonomy, eu law, neoliberalism, competition law, consumer choice, data protection, human classification: k20, k21, k00, daly (contact author).

More this paper will present some initial reflections about the rise of 'energy prosumers' and the implications for the regulation of energy infrastructure, with australia being taken as a case rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactthe internet, user autonomy and eu lawthis paper examines the internet’s origins and development as a ‘freedom-enhancing’ tool, alongsi... This contribution will analyse the status of net neutrality in australia, looking at how the debate has been playing out, the current law and regulation which may affect isps’ conduct, and directions for reform if the status quo does not go far enough to advance internet users’ rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactthe legal framework in australia around the use of encryption and anonymity in digital communications the following submission was made by the australian privacy foundation on 10 february 2015, to mr...

2017) 1(3) european competition and regulation law review revised: 24 sep daly queensland university of technology - faculty of law; swinburne university of technology; tilburg university - tilburg institute for law, technology, and society (tilt). However, it is argued that competition law, even modified from the current more economic approach as the antitrust hipsters suggest, is not able to do this alone, but has to be part of a multi-regime response involving regulation and consumer ds: competition, antitrust, eu, google, algorithms, transparency, data protection, more economic approach, platform classification: k00, k10, k20, k21, daly (contact author).

This is because other government and corporate actors, and not just empowered 'prosumers', have also seen the potential of 3d printing for achieving their own goals, tied to consumer take-up of 3d printers being less than rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactenergy prosumers and infrastructure regulation: some initial observations from australiathis paper will present some initial reflections about the rise of 'energy prosumers' and the imp... Finally, there will be some concluding thoughts about the implications of the corporate response to the wikileaks embassy cables leak for freedom of expression rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactnet neutrality in australia: an emerging debateun igf dynamic coalition on network neutrality 2014 reportaustralia has been somewhat late to the debate on net neutrality: it is only just emerging now as...

Eastern, monday - n 508 text only ch paper rs in zation s are used by this site. More submission to the australian senate legal and constitutional affairs references committee inquiry into the ability of australian law enforcement authorities to eliminate gun-related violence in the rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactinternet privatization, wikileaks, and free expressionin late 2010, the online nonprofit media organization wikileaks published classified documents de...

Daly data‏ @good__ are so excited to announce we will be partnering with @incamsterdam for an open access book on #gooddata. Views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactubiquitous online surveillance and the right to anonymitybookmarkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactlegal and regulatory issues for 3d printingbookmarkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impacte-books: devices and pricesthe recent investigations in the us and european union into apple and various major book publishe...

Revised: 2 apr daly queensland university of technology - faculty of law; swinburne university of technology; tilburg university - tilburg institute for law, technology, and society (tilt). Help centerless log insign daly  -  |    queensland university of technology, faculty of law, faculty member +1tilburg university, tilburg institute for law, technology and society, adjunctqueensland university of technology, faculty of law, faculty member  |    critical political economy  +21dr angela daly is vice chancellor's research fellow in queensland university of technology's faculty of law.

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This article explores the legal and regulatory framework for self-quantified health information and wearable devices in australia, and determines the extent to which this framework addresses privacy and other concerns that these techniques engender, along with suggestions for rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactcultures of sharing in 3d printing: what can we learn from the licence choices of thingiverse users? Help new research papers in:physicschemistrybiologyhealth sciencesecologyearth sciencescognitive sciencemathematicscomputer rivacycopyrightacademia © field is field is id or password?

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This paper will also incorporate a more fundamental assessment of the values that are desirable for the internet to respect and exhibit (such as openness, equality and neutrality), before concluding with the formulation of a legal and regulatory response to the use of this technology, in accordance with these ds: deep packet inspection, net neutrality, us, eu, privacy, competition, free expression, privacy, classification: k42, k21, l86, l96, daly (contact author). Indeed, the existence and implementation of deep packet inspection may challenge profoundly the egalitarian and open character of the paper will firstly elaborate on what deep packet inspection is and how it works from a technological perspective, before going on to examine how it is being used in practice by governments and corporations.

The implications for future legal proceedings in against google in australia and in other jurisdictions are rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactnet neutrality in australia: the debate continues, but no policy in sightaustralia has been somewhat late to the debate on net neutrality: it has only emerged as a major ... A particular comparison is made with the internet as this has been, legally-speaking, another ‘disruptive technology’ and also one on which 3d printing is partially rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactgoogle, online search and consumer confusion in australia 1 pre-print version of article forthcoming in the international journal of law and information technology (2016by angela daly and amanda scardamagliathe legality of the operation of google's search engine, and its liability as an internet interme...

Revised: 16 mar daly queensland university of technology - faculty of law; swinburne university of technology; tilburg university - tilburg institute for law, technology, and society (tilt). In addition, 3d printing raises a number of issues regarding intellectual property, going far beyond the copyright problems that file-sharing brought about due to its production of physical is against this backdrop that we present this special issue of the journal of peer production, comprising six peer-reviewed papers and one discussion paper covering an array of diverse issues implicated by the emergence of new production and distribution technologies, associated peer practices and tensions with legal and de facto regulatory rkedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactdon't believe the hype?

However, the trends influencing eu law and regulation from the 1980s, especially neoliberalism, have resulted in these frameworks - competition law, sector-specific regulation, data protection and fundamental rights - not being well-equipped to advance user autonomy in the internet rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impact. This contribution will analyse the status of net neutrality in australia, looking at this incipient debate, the current law and regulation which may affect isps’ conduct, and directions for reform if the status quo does not go far enough to advance internet users’ rkdownloadedit views paperrank readers related papers mentionsview impactsame but different - what can internet regulation tell us about controlling 3d printing?