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22nd Annual Conference 2007

How to apply intellectual property law to Virtual worlds The future of copyright in India Paper and stone - How technology has not changed the retrieval of legal information, yet Data protection in the third pillar - in the aftermath of the ECJ decision on PNR data and the data retention directive How open is open - Microsoft’s Shared Source Initiative as an Alternative to Open Source Software A Scissor-less, Paperless, Tome - Business, Law and Libraries - the eBook and Mobile-Reader Debate Finality Rules within the Law of Domestic Large Value Electronic Funds Transfer in China Would the Phishers get Hooked Conceptualising Identity Data protection and database theory - Applying database design principles to personal data identification Privacy issues in Mobile Advertising Nanotechnology - Development, Risk and Regulation Grand designs, competition 'by other means' and new Vistas Consumer Rights Protection on the Online Auction Website -Situations and Solutions - A Case Study of EBay Confusing The Captain With The Cabin Boy - The Dangers Posed To Reform Of Cyber Piracy Regulation The Digital Divide, Financial Exclusion and Mobile Phone Technology - Two Problems, One Solution Managing Virtual Communities - Time to Turn to the Whetstone Of Otakus and Fansubs - A Critical Look at Anime Online in Light of Current Issues in Copyright law The Intellectual Property Rights for new plant varieties - a Malaysian Perspective Data Sensitivity - resolving the conundrum Old Dogs and New Tricks - Law and Digital Curation Confrontation of Witnesses in US Criminal Actions - Limits on Technology Enabled Interaction Judges, Judgments and the Jacobean Press - Ownership and control of judicial opinions in the twenty-first century Radio Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) - Malaysia's privacy at the crossroads La France v. Apple - who's the dadvsi in DRMs Anomalies in Internet Law Blowing the whistle on Sarbanes-Oxley - Anonymous hotlines and the historical stigma of denunciation in modern Germany The Potential impact of Digital Rights Management on the Indian Entertainment Industry A quantitative analysis of legal word use Electronic Agents and Legal Personality - Time to Treat Them as Human Beings Software asks the questions - what's the law's response Legal Implications of Trusted Computing Moral rights in the Digital Environment - 'Authors' absence from Authors' rights debate Big Bio-Brother is here - wanting, taking and keeping your DNA The Admissibility of Mobile Agent Data in Dutch and American Civil Law of Evidence Where Does Fair Use Go --- An Insight into Regulating File-Sharing in Research and Education The Hong Kong BitTorrent Case - Why Should Big Crook Go Down Big Time for a Little Infringement Motor Insurance at the Click of a Button - Legal and Practical Risk The E-Money Directive and MNOs - Why it All Went Wrong User-Generated Content Online - Legitimate power or the Wild West The Fraud Act 2006 - The E-Crime Prosecutor's Champion or the creator of a new inchoate offence Subscribe Now - Podcast Technology and the Study of Law Domain Names Management and Dispute Resolutions - A Comparative Legal Study in the UK, US and China

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