You can find most articles at these pages:

SocArXiv projects.

SSRN page for Andres Guadamuz.

Google Scholar author page.

Some presentations are available through Slideshare.

And here is my authoritative list of publications at ORCID.

Web of Science profile.

Books

  • Networks, Complexity and Internet Regulation: Scale-Free Law, Cheltenhan UK: Edward Elgar Publishers (2011).
  • Technology Transfer, Open Source and Developing Countries, Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing (2010). EBook format here.

Articles and chapters

  • “Do Androids Dream of Electric Copyright? Comparative Analysis of Originality in Artificial Intelligence Generated Works”, 2 Intellectual Property Quarterly 169 (2017).
  • With Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay, “Memory Hole or Right to Delist? Implications of the Right to be Forgotten on Web Archiving” 6 RESET Social Sciences Research on the Internet (2016), http://reset.revues.org/807; doi: 10.4000/reset.807.
  • “The monkey selfie: copyright lessons for originality in photographs and internet jurisdiction”, 5:1 Internet Policy Review (2016), DOI: 10.14763/2016.1.398, http://policyreview.info/articles/analysis/monkey-selfie-copyright-lessons-originality-photographs-and-internet-jurisdiction.
  • With Thomas Lampoltshammer and Clemens Wass, “Legislation and Case Law for Open Justice in Europe: Openlaws.eu as a Case Study”, In Jiménez C, Achieving Open Justice through Citizen Participation and Transparency, Hershey, PA: IGI Books (2016).
  • With Chris Marsden, “Blockchains and Bitcoin: regulatory responses to cryptocurrencies”, 20:11 First Monday (2015), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v20i12.
  • “Developments in Intermediary Liability”, In Savin and Trzaskowski (eds), Research Handbook On EU Internet Law, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2014).
  • With Diane Cabell, “Data Mining In UK Higher Education Institutions: Law and Policy”, 4:1 Queen Mary Intellectual Property Review 3 (2014).
  • With Andrew Rens, “Comparative analysis of copyright assignment and licence formalities for Open Source Contributor Agreements”, (2013) 10:2 SCRIPTed 207 http://script-ed.org/?p=1065.
  • “Video por Internet no es radiodifusión. Análisis comparativo del marco legal de transmisión de contenidos por Internet“, Mundo Mediatelecom (2012).
  • With Abbe Brown and Jordan Hatcher, “The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Information Technology Based Business”  2:1 Geopolitics, History, and International Relations (2010) , pp. 62–123.
  • Free and Open Source Software” in Edwards and Waelde (eds) Law and the Internet, Oxford: Hart (2009), pp.359-391
  • Google and Book Publishers Settle: Legal and Technical Implications” 4 WIPO Magazine (2009).
  • “If You Build It, They Won’t Come: Placing User-Generated Content in Context of Commercial Copyright Policy” in Mashing-up Culture: The Rise of User-Generated Content, Hemmungs Wirtén E and Ryman M (eds), Uppsala: Uppsala Universitet ABM (2009) pp.97-122.
  • “The license/contract dichotomy in open licenses: a comparative analysis” 30:2 University of La Verne Law Review 101 (2009).
  • Software Patentability: Emerging Legal Issues“, (2008) 6 WIPO Magazine, (December 2008), pp.15-17.
  • “Scale-Free Law: Network Science and Copyright” 70 Albany Law Review 1297 (2008).
  • “Patented Past, Genetically Modified Future? Biotechnology and Developing Countries” [2007] 4 Web Journal of Current Legal Issues.
  • “Legal Challenges to Open Source Licences”, in A. V. Narsimha Rao (ed) Software Patents: Legal Perspectives, Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press (2007) pp.146-155.
  • “The Copyright Web: Networks, Law and the Internet”, in New Directions in Copyright Law Volume 4, Fiona Macmillan (ed), London: Edward Elgar, (2007).
  • “GNU General Public License v3: A Legal Analysis”, (2006) 3:2 SCRIPTed 130.
  • “Open Science: Open Source Licences for Scientific Research”, 7(2) North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology 321-366 (2006).
  • “The Software Patent Debate” 1(3) Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 196-206 (2006).
  • With John Usher, “Electronic Money: the European regulatory approach”, in Edwards, L. (ed), The New Legal Framework for E-Commerce in Europe, Oxford: Hart Publishing (2005), pp.173-201.
  • “The drugs don’t work: Access to medicines in the developing world”, Alfa Redi: Revista de Derecho Informático, No.88, Noviembre 2005.
  • “Legal Challenges to Open Source Licences”, (2005) 2:2 SCRIPTed 301-308.
  • “The Digital Divide: It’s the Content, Stupid”, 2005(3-4) Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, pp.73-77, 113-118.
  • “Attack of the Killer Acronyms: The Future of IT Law”, 18(3) International Review of Law Computers & Technology 411-424 (2004).
  • “Viral contracts or unenforceable documents? Contractual validity of copyleft licenses”, 26(8) European Intellectual Property Review 331-339 (2004).
  • “PayPal: the legal status of C2C payment systems” 20(4) Computer Law & Security Report 294-300 (2004).
  • eBay Law: The legal implications of the C2C electronic commerce model” 19(6) Computer Law & Security Report 468-473 (2003).
  • “Eldred v. Ashcroft: Analysis of the case”, E-L@w Review 2003 (10) 4-6.
  • “Electronic Money: A viable payment system?” Techno-Legal Aspects of Information Society and New Economy: an Overview, Guerrero Bote, V. and Zapico Alonso, A. (eds), Badajoz: Formatex, 2003.
  • “Trouble with Prime Numbers: DeCSS, DVD and the Protection of Proprietary Encryption Tools”, The Journal of Information, Law and Technology 2002 (3).
  • “Copyright in Cyberspace: Building fences on the Internet” Alfa Redi, Revista Electrónica de Derecho Informático, No. 109, Octubre 2002.
  • “The ‘New Sharing Ethic’ in Cyberspace”, 5(1) Journal of World Intellectual Property 129-139 (2002).
  • “The Impact of Globalisation on Competition Law”, Democracia Digital 1(11) 2002.
  • “Habeas Data vs. the European Data Protection Directive”, The Journal of Information, Law and Technology 2001 (3).
  • “Habeas Data: an update on the Latin America data protection constitutional right – Parts 1-2”, World Data, Protection Report 1(4-5) 2001.
  • “The future of technology transfer in the global village”, 3(4) Journal of World Intellectual Property 589-602 (2000).
  • “Habeas Data: The Latin American response to data protection”, Journal of Information, Law & Technology 2000 (2).

Reports

Short pieces and reviews

  • “Should robot artists be given copyright protection?” The Conversation (2017), https://theconversation.com/should-robot-artists-be-given-copyright-protection-79449.
  • “Is It Time to Examine the Concept of Originality in Musical Works?” Jotwell (2017), https://ip.jotwell.com/is-it-time-to-examine-the-concept-of-originality-in-musical-works/.
  • “Smart? Blockchain, DAO and Decentralization”, SCL Blog (2016), http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed48074.
  • “Pokémon Go has revealed a new battleground for virtual privacy”, The Conversation (2016), http://bit.ly/2uJr792.
  • “Can you ever remove nasty internet content about yourself?” The Conversation (2016), http://bit.ly/1Tmlp51.
  • “Ye Shall Inherit My Magic Sword!” Post-mortem Ownership in Virtual Worlds”, Jotwell (2016), http://cyber.jotwell.com/ye-shall-inherit-my-magic-sword-post-mortem-ownership-in-virtual-worlds/.
  • With Chris Marsden, “Blockchains not Bitcoin: Distributed Ledger Technology”, SCL Blog, (2015), http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed46568.
    “Review of Free and Open Source Software: Policy, Law and Practice”, 5:4 Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property 530-531 (2015).
    “Anonymous can’t defeat Islamic State, but here’s what it could achieve”, The Conversation (2015), http://bit.ly/1XbyJL2.
    “No, the EU is not going to make hyperlinks illegal”, The Conversation (2015), http://bit.ly/1OuyMKp.
  • “Is the UK Government About to Ban WhatsApp?” Huffington Post UK, (2015), http://huff.to/1P7alnw.
    “Leaving the right to be forgotten in Google’s hands hasn’t broken the internet yet”, The Conversation, (2014), http://bit.ly/1MVFG8d.
  • “GIKII Conference Report”, (2014) 11:2 SCRIPTed 193 http://script-ed.org/?p=1545.
  • “What Do People Think About Copyright?” Jotwell (2014), http://cyber.jotwell.com/what-do-people-think-about-copyright/.
  • “The Player of Games”, Jotwell (2012), http://cyber.jotwell.com/the-player-of-games/.
  • “SOPA and network architecture”, Society for Computers and Law (2012), http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed24747.
  • “The rise and rise of the software licence”, 6:2 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 128 (2011).
  • “Law and Society Approaches to Cyberspace by Paul Schiff Berman” 7:2 SCRIPTed 412 (2010).
  • “Review of Governance of Digital Game Environments and Cultural Diversity: Transdisciplinary Enquiries”, (2010) 9:1 Journal of Media Law 294.
  • “Review of Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons, Brian Fitzgerald, Jessica Coates and Suzanne Lewis”, (2008) 13:3 Media & Arts Law Review.
  • “Computer Law still delivers”, (2008) 3:4 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 269-270.
  • “Death of a Gold Spammer”, in Settlers of the New Virtual Worlds, Erik Bethke and Erin Hoffman (eds), BookSurge Publishing: Charleston NC(2008), pp.59-61.
  • “Review of Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons, Brian Fitzgerald, Jessica Coates and Suzanne Lewis”, (2008) 13:3 Media & Arts Law Review.
  • “An impressive line-up of law and economics experts” (2007) 2:9 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 359.
  • “Review of Unravelling the Myth around Open Source Licences, by Lucie Guibault and Ot van Daalen”, (2007) SCRIPTed 490.
  • “Back to the Future: Regulation of Virtual Worlds”, (2007) 4:3 SCRIPTed 242.
  • “Review of Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software, by Joseph Feller et al (eds)”, (2006) 3:4 SCRIPTed 485.
  • Review of Protecting the Virtual Commons: Self-organising Open Source and Free Software Communities and Innovative Intellectual Property Regimes, Ruben van Wendel de Joode et al. (2006) 14:2 International Journal of Law and Information Technology 250.
  • “Mobile payment systems – A research project” (2004) 1:1 SCRIPTed.
  • Review of Information Feudalism: Who owns the Knowledge Economy? P.Drahos and
    J.Braithwaite, International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Vol.12, No.2, 2004, pp.238-240
  • “Why SOL?” (2004) 1:1 SCRIPTed.
  • Review of E-Business Law of the European Union, Kroes (ed), 1:1 SCRIPTed.

Keynotes

Conference papers

  • “Ownership of virtual assets: a legal primer” (June 2017), Play Make Research symposium, University of Sussex.
  • “Whatever happened to our dream of an empowering Internet (and how to get it back)” (May 2017), re:publica 17, Berlin, Germany.
  • “Copyright and Artificial Intelligence” (March 2017), AI for Social Good workshop, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Pokémon Go, Augmented Reality and privacy in Virtual Spaces”, (October 2016), re:publica Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.
  • “There’s a Rattata in my Frittata! Pokémon Go and the protection of virtual spaces”, (September 2016), Gikii 16, London.
  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Copyright?” (May 2016), re:publica 16, Berlin, Germany.
  • Image and Personality Rights” (April 2016), Intellectual Property (IP) in the Digital Economy for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Bucharest, Romania.
  • “Institutional Creative Commons adoption in GLAM” (October 2015), Creative Commons Global Summit 2015, Seoul, South Korea.
  • Do Androids Dream of Electric Copyright? The Rise Non-Human Creativity” (September 2015), Gikii 2015, Berlin, Germany.
  • “Comparative Analysis of National Approaches on Voluntary Copyright Relinquishment” (August 2015), Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • “Interaction and interoperability between Creative Commons and open source licences” (June 2015), Open Source Workshop, Vienna.
  • “A Tale of Two Internets” (May 2015), PostSnowden Workshop, University of Sussex.
  • Development in intermediary liability” (September 2014), Coherence in EU Internet Law Conference, Copenhagen Business School.
  • Everything I know about decentralization, I learned from animé ” (September 2014), GikII 2014, University of Sussex.
  • “The Quantum Thief: Negotiating Privacy in the Hyper-Connected World” (September 2013), GikII VIII, University of Bournemouth.
  • With Dulong de Rosnay M, “Open Access to Biodiversity Scientific Data: A Comparative Study” (June 2013), ICABR Annual Conference, Ravello, Italy.
  • “Patentability of Computer Software and Business Methods: Policy, Legal and Technical Issues” (April 2013), Workshop on Intellectual Property and Software, Mauritius.
  • “Licensing Options for Digitization” (September 2012), The Memory of the World in the Digital age: Digitization and Preservation, Vancouver, Canada.
  • “Complejidad de redes, derechos digitales y tendencias actuales en regulación” (April 2012). III Jornada de Reflexión Sobre Nuevas Tecnologías, Universidad de Costa Rica.
  • “Creative Commons: Enabling Access to Knowledge” (October 2011), Enabling Creativity in the Digital Environment: Copyright Documentation and Infrastructure, WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • “Creative Commons Enforcement” (September 2011), Creative Commons Summit, Warsaw, Poland.
  • “The Evolving Role of Intermediaries and the Challenge of Regulating Their Liability” (December 2010), National Workshop on Copyright in the Internet Sphere, National Library, Amman, Jordan, 2010.
  • “Openness and Innovation” (September 2010), Open Science and Regulatory Mechanisms for the Advancement of Stem Cell Technologies, University of Edinburgh.
  • “Avatar Rights Re-visited: Real ID and Augmented Reality” (August 2010), Digital Interactive Symposium 2010, University of Edinburgh.
  • “We Can Tag It for You Wholesale: Augmented Reality and the User-Generated World” (June 2010), GikII V, University of Edinburgh.
  • “Patentability of Computer Software and Business Methods: Policy, Legal and Technical Issues” (June 2010), Intellectual Property, Software and E-Health: Trends, Issues, Prospects, Kigali, Rwanda.
  • “La identificación y el acceso al patrimonio cultural en el entorno digital” (April 2010), Reunión Regional de Directores de Oficinas de Propiedad Industrial y de Derecho de Autor, Santiago, Chile.
  • “El derecho de autor: un aliado en la industria del software” (April 2010), El Derecho De Autor Como Generador De Empresa, Medellín, Colombia.
  • “Long Tail or Tall Tale? Complexity in the Content Industries” (April 2010), BILETA 2010, Vienna, Austria.
  • “Copyleft” (March 2010), COUNTER 2010, Manchester.
  • “Open Science Business Models” (November 2009).  Intellectual Assets Centre Supplier Worpkshop, Edinburgh.
  • “Luddism 2.0, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Web” (September 2009) Gikii 4, Institute for Information Law, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • “If You Build It, They Won’t Come: Placing User-Generated Content in Context of Commercial Copyright Policy” (May 2009) Mashing-up Culture, Uppsala University, Sweden.
  • “Cybercrime, Cyber-Warfare, Networks and Resilience” (April 2009) Governance of New Technologies: The Transformation of Medicine, Information Technology and Intellectual Property, Edinburgh.
  • “Virtual Law” (October 2008), Nothing But The Net Annual Conference, Glasgow.
  • “Digital Strategies” (October 2008), Software Cultures Hardware Laws, Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, London.
  • “Partners in Copyright Crime: Fan Art Licences” (September 2008), GikIII, Oxford Internet Institute.
  • “La coexistencia de los modelos de código abierto y los propietarios en materia de software”; and “La patentabilidad de los programas informáticos y los métodos de negocios” (August 2008), Seminario Regional de la OMPI sobre propiedad intelectual y la informática en el siglo XXI en América Latina, San José, Costa Rica.
  • “Licensing User-Generated Content in Virtual Worlds” (July 2008) Virtual Policy ’08, BERR, London.
  • “An Introduction to Open Science” (June 2008), Open Science Business Models Workshop, University of Edinburgh.
  • “Software Protection: Copyright and Patents” (May 2008), International Seminar on the Promotion of Innovation and IP in Information and Communication Technologies, Curitiba, Brazil.
  • “From Zero to Hero: Regulation of Virtual Economies” (May 2008), Regulatory Norms and Business Practices in Virtual Worlds, University of Exeter, 2008.
  • “Development and Licensing of Open Source Software” (April 2008), WIPO Sub-Regional Roundtable on Emerging Issues of Copyright in the Software Industry, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • “From Zero to Hero: Building a New Virtual Economy” (September 2007), GikII 2, UCL, London.
  • “Enforcement of Creative Commons Licences” (June 2007), iCommons Summit ’07, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
  • “Software and Business Method Patents”; and “Scenarios for coexistence between Open Source Software and Proprietary models” (May 2007), WIPO Asia Pacific Regional Seminar on Intellectual Property and Software in the 21st Century: Trends, Issues, Prospects, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • “New Licensing Paradigms” (May 2007), 8th European Intellectual Property International Network (EIPIN) Congress 2006-2007, Universidad de Alicante, Spain.
  • “Response from a Creative Commons perspective” (March 2007), Copyright and Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Playfair Library, Edinburgh University.
  • “Problems with international implementation of anti-circumvention provisions” (November 2006), The 1996 WIPO Copyright Treaties: 10 Years Later, Case School of Law, Cleveland.
  • “Scale Free Law: Network Science and Copyright” (October 2006), Impact of Technological Change on the Creation, Dissemination and Protection of Intellectual Property, Albany Law School, New York.
  • “Scale Free Law: The Shaping of Networks” (September 2006), VI Computer Law World Conference, University of Edinburgh.
  • “Killer Robots, Evil Scientists and Other Tales of Woe: How Technophobia in Culture Affects the Law” (September 2006), GikII Workshop, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, 2006.
  • “Free Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS) and new licensing models; Copyright liability for intermediaries”; and “Copyright issues in Cyberspace”(July 2006), WIPO Seminar on Copyright in the Digital Environment, Islamabad, Pakistan, 2006.
  • “International currents: A report from the iCommons Summit”; and “The UK public sector and the commons” (July 2006), Unlocking IP Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
  • “Creative Commons and the Common Information Environment” (June 2006), iCommons Summit, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • “GPL v3: A legal Analysis” (June 2006), Second International Conference on Open Source Systems 2006, Grand Hotel, Como, Italy.
  • “Scale-Free Law: The Shaping of Networks” (March 2006), SLSA Annual Conference 2006, Stirling University.
  • “Software Patents in the UK, the EU and the USA” (March 2006), 8th Annual Information Technology Update, London.
  • “The Software Story: Sharing and Open Source” (February 2006), 7th 8th European Intellectual Property International Network (EIPIN) Congress 2005-2006, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.
  • “Copyleft Licences” (October 2005), V World Congress of Computer Law, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • “Patently Obvious: The Software Patent Debate” (September 2005), SLS Annual Conference 2005, Strathclyde University, Glasgow.
  • “Introduction to Creative Commons” (August 2005), Electric Connections 2005: A Vision for Virtual Scotland, Perth.
  • “The calm before the storm – Legal challenges to open source licences” (July 2005), OSS 2005, Genoa, Italy.
  • “Open Science: Open Source in Scientific Research?” (July 2005), ICABR Annual Conference, Ravello, Italy.
  • “Ten Years of Copyright and the Internet: What’s Next?” (June 2005), Annual Conference on New Directions in Copyright, Bikbeck College, London.
  • “Open Science: Open Source Licences in Scientific Research” (April 2005), BILETA 2005, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • “Open Access Licences” (March 2005), Copyright, Education and Society, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh.
  • “El Ataque de las Siglas Asesinas: El futuro del Derecho Informático” (October 2004), IV World Congress of Computer Law, Cusco, Peru.
  • “Technological Determinism in ‘Code’” (July 2004), Lessig’s Code: Lessons for Legal Education from the Frontiers of IT Law, Queen’s University Belfast.
  • “Open Source: An Alternative Model to IP?” (May 2004), Intellectual Property in the Digital Millennium Conference, organised by the Scottish Society of Computers and Law, Edinburgh.
  • “Share and Protect: Copyleft Licences and Global Technology Transfer” (April 2004), SLSA Annual Conference, Glasgow.
  • “Attack of the killer acronyms: The End of IT Law?” (March 2004), BILETA Annual Conference, Durham.
  • “Viral contracts or unenforceable documents? Contractual validity of copyleft licenses” (August 2003), Mobile IPR, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT.
  • “PayPal and eBay- The legal implications of the C2C electronic commerce model” (April 2003), BILETA 2003, Queen Mary, University of London.
  • The new sharing ethic in Cyberspace” (June 2001), ETHICOMP 2001, Gdansk, Poland.
  • “Habeas Data: an update on the Latin America data protection constitutional right” (April 2001), BILETA 2001 University of Edinburgh.

Talks and presentations

  • Introduction to Creative Commons (February 2017), Creative Commons Ireland, Cork, Ireland.
  • Legal and Privacy Implications of IoT (March 2016). Brighton IoT Forum, Brighton.
  • Digital Privacy (February 2016). Presented to the Lawyers Without Borders meeting, UCL, London.
  • Dark Net (June 2015). WebWeWant Fest, London.
  • Living in a Remixed World (March 2015), TEDx Sussex University, Brighton.
  • The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Information Technology Based Business (June 2014). Presented at ICANN 50, London.
  • Comparative Analysis of National Approaches on Voluntary Copyright Relinquishment (May 2014). Presented at the 13th Session of the Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP), World Intellectual Property Organization, Geneva.
  • The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Information Technology Based Business (June 2014). Presented at ICANN 50, London.
  • Comparative Analysis of National Approaches on Voluntary Copyright Relinquishment (May 2014). Presented at the 13th Session of the Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP), World Intellectual Property Organization, Geneva.
  • The Centrality Menace (October 2013). Presented at CopyCamp, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Networks, Complexity and Internet Regulation (April 2012). Presented at CERSA, Paris.
  • Propiedad Intelectual e Investigación Científica (October 2011). Presentation for the employees and managing board of INBIO, Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica.
  • Derechos de Autor y el Acceso a la Información (May 2011). Presented at the launch of the LibreBus, Universidad de Costa Rica.
  • Creative Commons Costa Rica (April 2011). Presentation to FotoClub Costa Rica, INBIO, Costa Rica.
  • Copyright in Universities (April 2011). Presented at the University for Peace (UPEACE), Ciud. Colón, Costa Rica.
  • Google Books Settlement (May 2010). Presented at ITIP Update, Camara de Comercio, Alicante, Spain.
  • Statement by Creative Commons (May 2010). Presented at the 5th Session of the Committee on Intellectual Property and Development, WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Acceso Abierto y Creative Commons (July 2009). Presentation organised by the Vicerrectoría de Investigación, Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, Costa Rica.
  • Alternativas a los Derechos de Autor (July 2009). Presentation organised by AGITEP, Teatro 1887, San José, Costa Rica.
  • Software Libre: Implicaciones Legales (July 2009). Presentation at the Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología, San José, Costa Rica.
  • Introduction to Creative Commons (April 2009). Learning at Work Week, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.
  • Rapporteur for the Session “Infrastructural Commons” (January 2008). 1st COMMUNIA International Workshop, Technology and the Public Domain, Turin, Italy.
  • Build your own world: User Generated Content, Second Life and Creative Commons (November 2007). Urban Learning Spaces seminar series, The Lighthouse, Glasgow.
  • Software Patents (November 2006). Presentation to staff at law firm Shepherd & Wedderburn for internal training purposes.
  • Illicit file sharing, digital downloading of music and hacking (November 2006). Seminar for Criminology Msc, King’s College, London.
  • Science Commons (November 2006). Part of the Open Science forum at the Digital Curation Conference, Glasgow.
  • Propiedad Intelectual y Nuevas Tecnologías (April 2006). Video-conference presentation to celebrate World Intellectual Property Day. Universidad Estatal a Distancia (UNED), San José, Costa Rica. Also connected to Mexico, Switzerland, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.
  • Speech as a common space (March 2006). Talk to a workshop part of the AHRC project “Exploring the Digital City: space culture politics”, University of Dundee.
  • Software Patents (October 2005). Presentation to the Computing and AI Society, Edinburgh University.
  • IPR in eLearning (September 2005). Presentation for Principal’s eLearning fund awardees, Edinburgh.
  • Introduction to Creative Commons (September 2005). MusicWorks 2005, Glasgow.
  • Creative Commons (June 2005). Presentation for a series of stakeholder workshops with representatives from the Common Information Environment, Edinburgh and London.
  • Cyberlaw – who controls access to ideas on the net? (March 2005). Event in Edinburgh’s Science Festival with Lawrence Lessig and Bill Thompson.
  • Electronic Commerce and the WTO (March 2005). Lecture presented to the delegates of the World Model United Nations (WorldMUN) 2005, University of Edinburgh.
  • Open Source Biotech? (February 2005). Briefing paper to the AHRC Patenting Lives project, Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, London.
  • Technology and the Law (January 2005). Presentation to staff and students of the London School of Economics, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.
  • Validity of Open Access Licences (October 2004). Presentation to the Scottish Society of Computers and Law (SSCL), Edinburgh.
  • Open Source Licences (May 2004). Seminar to the Master in Intellectual Property and the Information Society Law, Universidad de Alicante, Spain.
  • Copyleft, Hacking, Music and the Law (May 12 2004). Staff Seminar at Glasgow University School of Law.
  • Music Downloads, the Technology (April 2004). Part of the “A Gig with a Difference: Music and the Internet” public lecture featuring Alex Kapranos, singer of Franz Ferdinand, Playfair Library.
  • Transfer of technology and software copyright (April 2004). Seminar to the LLM students at Brunel University, London.
  • A New Sharing Ethic: Hacking and Music Downloads (February 10 2004). Criminology Department, University of Leicester.
  • SCO v IBM: The death of Linux? (January 23 2004). Staff seminar at the School of Law.
  • Introduction to Copyright and the Internet (November 12 2003). Presentation to members of administrative staff at the University.
  • Background to Privacy and Electronic Communications (November 7 2003). Presented at the emergency briefing seminar on the new Marketing Regulations. Standard Life, Edinburgh.
  • Access to medicines in the developing world: introduction to the legal issues (November 1st 2003). Debate on access to medicines with industry and NGO representatives, organised by MedSin Edinburgh.
  • Introduction to Data Protection (March 2003). Presented to legal practitioners, Glasgow University, Glasgow.

Media experience

  • “HBO is using copyright law to censor a YouTuber who keeps leaking ‘Game of Thrones’ spoilers in advance”, Business Insider (May 9, 2016), http://read.bi/1TuvZ6Y.
  • “re:publica / „Wenn ein KI Kunst erzeugt, ist immer der Programmierer der Künstler””, Wired.de (May 5, 2016), http://bit.ly/1Tuw8r0.
  • “Taylor Swift Says She Owns ‘1989’ and ‘Swiftmas.’ Here’s why”, Fortune (December 14, 2015), http://for.tn/1TuwE8v.
  • “The UK’s Piracy Battle Is an Ongoing Arms Race”, Vice Motherboard (October 10, 2015), http://bit.ly/1LeQG0o.
  • “Las Leyes del Futuro”, Revista Quo (08/10/2014),  http://www.quo.es/ser-humano/las-leyes-del-futuro.“La caída del rey de las descargas”, El Espectador (January 20, 2012) http://bit.ly/zF2lxg.
  • Quoted in El Pais: “La justicia belga condena a pagar 4.500 euros por violar una licencia Creative Commons” El País (October 3rd, 2010), http://bit.ly/8XeVf5.
  • “JailbreakMe released for Apple devices”, The Guardian (August 2, 2010), http://bit.ly/bSDxs5.
  • “Investigation: Is it legal to jailbreak a UK iPhone?” Wired UK (July 28, 2010), http://bit.ly/a0rxwE.
  • Radio and podcast interview for the BBC World Service’s program “World Have Your Say”, April 6 2010, http://bbc.in/b6tRzS.
  • Research published in my blog has been quoted in several news sources:
  • Radio interview for Talk107 FM, Edinburgh, Diamond & DeAndrade Show, May 16, 2008.
  • TV interview for BBC News 24, May 15 2008.
  • Interviewed for The Times, “Alien knitting patterns undo Dr Who fan”, May 14, 2008.
  • Interviewed for the Daily Mail, “BBC monsters Dr Who fan for creating internet knitting patterns of the sci-fi series’ characters”, May 14, 2008.
  • Interview to the Metro newspaper, “Chili Peppers Suing Over Californication”, November 21 2007.
  • Interviewed by Duluth News Tribune, “Tech-savvy world is wired to trial in Duluth”, October 4, 2007.
  • Cited by Business Week magazine, “MySpace Boots Sex Predators” July 25, 2007.
  • Interview to the Evening Standard and Metro newspapers “Copyright crackdown on YouTube”, October 31, 2006.
  • Interview for Micro Magazine, a computer publication, to comment about Digital Rights Management in the new DVD formats, August 2005.
  • TV interview for the popular Costa Rican program “Así es la Vida”, December 2004.

 

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