Nadia Caidi

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In this article, we analyze the notion of privacy – how it is conceptualized and implemented as a constitutive element of identity – in two different cultures: Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People's Republic of China (PRC), and Ontario, Canada. By examining the two jurisdictions of Hong Kong and Ontario, we argue that, in addition(More)
Digital libraries (DL) are increasingly broader in scope and reach, spanning geographical and cultural boundaries. Yet little research is available on the influence of culture as it pertains to the design and use of digital libraries. To address these considerations, a workshop was organized at Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2003, the aim of(More)
COURSE OBJECTIVES The objective of this course is to familiarize students with the policy process as it relates to the production, management, dissemination and access to information. With the rapid change of information access and communications infrastructures in society, it is crucial that information professionals have a firm grounding in the policies(More)
Copyright law grants exclusive rights to authors of original works of authorship, but those rights are subject to numerous exceptions and limitations, including fair use in the United States and fair dealing in Canada. These exceptions have traditionally worked to ensure that the rights of copyright owners are adequately balanced with the interests of(More)