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Net Neutrality in Australia: An Emerging Debate
  • A. Daly
  • Political Science
  • 2 September 2014
Australia has been somewhat late to the debate on net neutrality: it is only just emerging now as a major issue in public discourse, and there are no plans to introduce any kind of furtherExpand
Socio-Legal Aspects of the 3D Printing Revolution
Additive manufacturing or ‘3D printing’ has emerged into the mainstream in the last few years, with much hype about its revolutionary potential as the latest ‘disruptive technology’ to destroyExpand
Cultures of Sharing in 3D Printing: What Can We Learn from the Licence Choices of Thingiverse Users?
This article contributes to the discussion by analysing how users of the leading online 3D printing design repository Thingiverse manage their intellectual property (IP). 3D printing represents aExpand
Private Power and New Media: The Case of the Corporate Suppression of WikiLeaks and its Implications for the Exercise of Fundamental Rights on the Internet
  • A. Daly
  • Political Science
  • 28 February 2011
The focus of this paper will be the recent conduct of various corporations in withdrawing Internet services provided to information portal WikiLeaks in light of the controversy surrounding WikiLeaksExpand
Artificial Intelligence Governance and Ethics: Global Perspectives
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International and interdisciplinary expertise is combined to give an insight into what is happening in Australia, China, Europe, India and the US regarding artificial intelligence (AI) in coming years. Expand
Embodied Austerity: Narratives of Early Austerity from a Homelessness and Resettlement Service
ABSTRACT The impact of austerity and welfare reform on staff in the caring services is an emerging story yet to be fully told. This paper presents three narratives of early austerity drawn from 14Expand
Recent Issues for Competition on the Internet: Google's Search and Advertising, the Apple App Store, and the AOL Huffington Post Merger
This paper will examine three recent instances involving competition concerns on the Internet. The Internet at its inception was widely viewed as not suffering from any competition concerns, howeverExpand
Covering Up: American and European Legal Approaches to Public Facial Anonymity after S.A.S. v France
  • A. Daly
  • Political Science
  • 9 December 2016
This chapter presents a critical analysis of the European Court of Human Rights’ (ECtHR) decision in S.A.S v France. The implications of the case, concerning the French ban on face coverings, forExpand
Regulating Revolution: An Introduction to 3D Printing and the Law
Additive manufacturing or ‘three-dimensional (3D) printing’ has emerged into the mainstream in the last few years, with much hype about its revolutionary potential as the latest ‘disruptiveExpand
Leaking boats and borders: The virtu of surveilling Australia's refugee population
When refugees displaced to Australia’s offshore detention do speak, it is through surveillance upended through publicity and violations of privacy. Weak legal rights to privacy in Australia juxtaposeExpand
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