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Technology To Make Us Behave Better

"Technology To Make Us Behave Better: The Law and Ethics of Pre-crime Controls from Defensive Architecture to Biomedicine"

Dr. Colin Gavaghan
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law,
University of Otago,
Director of the New Zealand Law Foundation
Centre for Law and Policy in Emerging Technologies

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Fauteux Hall, Room 351 

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CLTS Receives Funding from OPC for 2015 Privacy Research Symposium

The Centre for Law, Technology and Society (CLTS) has obtained a major grant from The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) to organize and host the third Pathways to Privacy Research Symposium. The theme of the Symposium will be “A Return to First Principles for Privacy at the Cutting-Edge,” and it will be held at the University of Ottawa in early 2015. (details)

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“The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Intellectual Property, the Environment, and Climate Change"

Dr. Matthew Rimmer
Australian Research Council Future Fellow,
Associate Professor, ANU College of Law
Associate Director, the Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Fauteux Hall, Room 351 

 

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Prof. Scassa Wins 2013-2014 CALT Award for Academic Excellence

Professor Teresa Scassa has been awarded the 2013-2014 Canadian Association of Law Teachers (CALT) Award for Academic Excellence.  The prize will be bestowed at the annual CALT conference banquet on June 7, 2014, in Winnipeg. (details)

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Prof. Kerr Contributes to “Campaign to Stop Killer Robots”

Professor Ian Kerr has been busy recently promoting the international “Campaign to Stop Killer Robots,” a movement led by coalition of non-governmental organizations from around the world working to ban fully autonomous weapons. (details)

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