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On the Identity Trail's focus on "Rights":

Data Protection, Privacy & Anonymization: Definitions, Standards & Rights
By: Carole Lucock
Presented to the World Health Organization Ethics Council in Geneva, Switzerland, on April 5, 2006.

The Right to Privacy and the Security of the Person
By: David Matheson

Bibendum, Bird and the Beatles:  The Role of Free Expression in the Canadian Copyright Reform Process
By: Jane Bailey
Presented at Third International Conference on the Intellectual Property Protection of High Technology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 9 December 2005.

P2P Litigation Summit: Canadian and Global Developments
By: Alex Cameron
Presentation to the First Annual P2P Litigation Summit, Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, November 3, 2005.

IS YOU IS OR IS YOU AIN’T: Making PIPEDA’s Rights Language Meaningful By Re-Viewing Social Value
By: Jennifer Barrigar
A work in progress.

Private Conscience, Identity and Equality: Limiting Free Speech for the Greater Good
By Daphne Gilbert and Jena McGill
ID Trail Mix, August 23, 2005. 

International Intellectual Property Update: Canada
By: Alex Cameron
Presentation to Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference, Seattle, April 2005.

I am Where I am: seeing mobility rights through the lens of privacy
By: Martin Finestone

Chief Treasures of the World: what happens when law is used to protect the technologies that protect copyright
By: Ian Kerr and Jane Bailey
The Seventh ETHICOMP International Conference on the Social and Ethical Impacts of Information and Communication Technologies in Syros Greece, April 16, 2004.

SEEKING EQUALITY ANONYMOUSLY: Naming Names in Section 15 Litigation
By: Daphne Gilbert
Presented at The Concealed I: Anonymity, Identity and the Prospect of Privacy, University of Ottawa, March 5, 2005.

Privacy, Rights and Moral Value
By: Dr. Steven Davis
Presented at the On the Identity Trail team dinner in Toronto, October 30, 2004.  

Subjectright (S), a reciprocal to Copyright (C)
By: James Fung, Steve Mann and Kyle Amon

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