Roger Clarke’s Presentations List

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Introduction

This page helps me keep track of where I presented what. The list covers the period since I returned to consultancy in mid-1995, and involves well over 300 public appearances in a bit over 20 years, or c. 15 p.a., in about 90 locations in 24 countries. I have limited detail here for the preceding decade (1984-94), which I spent as a senior academic at the ANU, and which also involved many presentations in universities, in academic conferences, and in commercial venues.


2017 (4 Presentations in 2 Cities in 2 Countries)

20 June, Bled SI
Content Analysis in Support of Critical Theory Research: How to Deliver an Unwelcome Message Without Being Shot (Paper Presentation, 30th Bled eConference)

19 June, Bled SI
30 Years of the Bled eConference: From Past to Future (Panel Session, 30th Bled eConference)

27 January, Brussels BE
An Instrumentalist's View of Koops et al.'s Typology of Privacy (Panel Session, CPDP Conference)

27 January, Brussels BE
The Distinction between a PIA and a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) under the EU GDPR (Panel Session, CPDP Conference)


2016 (14 Presentations in 11 Cities in 7 Countries)

14 December, Auckland NZ
Dataveillance Law: Modalities, Categories and Examples (Asia Privacy Scholars Network Conference, with Graham Greenleaf)

1 December, Frankfurt DE
Business Models for Secure Service Offerings by ISPs (Mobile Business & Multilateral Security, Goethe University Frankfurt)

28 November, Darmstadt DE
The Shape of PETs 2.0 (Computer Science, Technische Universität Darmstadt)

24 November, Brno CZ
The Contested Semantics of 'Security', and the Current Challenges of Big Data and IoT (CyberCake, Law, Uni of Masaryk)

22 November, Leipzig DE
PETs 2.0 - Getting it Right the Second Time Around (Stiftung Datenschutz Conference)

21 November, Leipzig DE
Researcher Perspective(s) and the Role of Perspective in Privacy-Related Research (Uni. Leipzig)

25 October, Canberra AU
Appearance for the APF before a Senate Committee Inquiry into the Census – Submission here, Video here

12 September, Brisbane AU
Regulatory Failures in the Security Space: Some Current Cases (Crime and Justice Research Centre, QUT)

29 August, Oslo NO
Regulatory Failures in the Security Space: Some Current Cases (NRCCL, University of Oslo)

29 August, Oslo NO
The Contested Semantics of 'Security', and the Curious Case of PIAs applied to National Security Initiatives (Peace Research Intitute Oslo – PRIO)

24 August, Karlstad SE
Productisation of Secure eWorking Environments (IFIP Summer School)

22 August, Karlstad SE
Big Data Prophylactics: How Negative Impacts Can, and Cannot, be Avoided (Keynote, IFIP Summer School)

19 August, Uppsala SE
Quality Assurance for Security Applications of Big Data (EISIC)

20 June, Bled SI
An Empirical Assessment of Researcher Perspectives (29th Bled Conference – Outstanding Paper Award)


2015 (22 Presentations in 12 Cities in 3 Countries – plus 3 by proxy)

(16 December, Fort Worth Texas US)
Public Policy is Within-Scope for IS Research (Panel Contribution, ICIS, but delivered on my behalf)

11 December, Sydney
Commentary on Data, Analytics, Values, and Models (Symposium, UNSW Law)

2 December, Adelaide
The Missing Perspectives in IS Research (Keynote, ACIS)

1 December, Adelaide
Archetypes and the Ambiguous Notion of 'Career' (Panel Presentation, ACIS PhD Consortium)

16 November, Canberra
Big Data Quality Assurance (Symposium Presentation, ADFA)

28 October, Brisbane
Managing Drones' Safety and Privacy Impacts (Presentation, Commercial UAV Conference)

(26 August, Ottawa CA – Presented by my co-author and PhD candidate)
Measures to Improve Public Acceptance of Smart Metering System (Paper, Int'l Wksp on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems)

(5 August, Los Angeles US – Presented by my co-author and PhD candidate)
Consumer Concerns about Smart Meters (Paper, HCI International Conf.)

9 June, Bled SI
Big Data Quality: An Investigation using Quasi-Empirical Scenario Analysis (Paper, 28th Bled eConference)

7 May, Leipzig DE
The Digital User/ee: Consumer, Actor or Participant? (Seminar, IWI, Uni. Leipzig)

6 May, Kassel DE
The Digital User/ee: Consumer, Actor or Participant? (Seminar, IWI, Uni. Kassel)

5 May, Bielefeld DE
Freedom and Privacy: Positive and Negative Effects of Mobile and Internet Applications (Interdisciplinary Symposium, Uni. Bielefeld)

30 March, Sydney
12 March, Darwin
11 March, Brisbane
10 March, Hobart
4 March, Melbourne
3 March, Canberra
25 February, Adelaide
24 February, Perth
Risk Management for Big Data Projects (ACS Professional Development Seminar)

25 March, Sydney
The Internet That We Want(ed)? (Panellist's Notes)

4 March, Canberra
Telecommunications Act s.313 (Evidence to a Parliamentary Ctee, for APF)

23 February, Sydney
Current Concerns about Media Standards (Australian Press Council)

2 February, Canberra
Data Retention Aspects of the Telecommunications (Access and Interception) Act (Evidence to Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee - SLACR)

31 January, Canberra
The Data Retention Bill (Evidence to Joint Parliamentary Committee in Intelligence and Security - JPCIS)


2014 (19+2 Presentations in 10 Cities in 7 Countries)

12 December, Sydney
Quality Factors in Big Data and Big Data Analytics and Their Legal Implications (Symposium, Bond Uni / UTS)

29-30 October, Brussels
Surveillance, Resilience and Democracy (IRISS Conference)

27 October, Istanbul
Handholding or Handsets: School-Children's Tablets and Privacy (Seminar for Bahçesehir Üniversitesi)

(15 October, Istanbul – Presented by my co-author and PhD candidate)
Identifying Consumer Requirements as an Antidote to Resistance to Smart Meters (Paper, ISGT2014)

29-30 September, Melbourne
Hobbyist Drones: Payload and Mission Capabilities (Symposium, IEEE SSIT)

11 September, Canberra
Data Retention as Mass Surveillance: An Australian Perspective (Panel, EFA)

(3 September, Varazdin HR – Presented by my co-author and PhD candidate)
Architecture and Data Flow Model for Consumer-Oriented Smart Meter Design (Paper, ISD2014)

18 August, Canberra
National Security Legislation Amendment Bill
Evidence to Joint Parliamentary Committee on Intelligence and Security, for Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA)

14 August, Sydney
Why Isn't Security Easier for SMEs and Consumers? (Seminar, UNSW CSE)

7 August, Sydney
Privacy and Free Speech (Presentation, Free Speech Symposium)

24 July, Melbourne
Managing Drones' Privacy and Civil Liberties Impacts (Presentation, Commercial UAV Conference)

10 July, Tokyo
Easy Privacy for Consumer-Oriented Social Media (Presentation, 4th Asian Privacy Scholars Network Conf.)

2 June, Bled, Slovenia
The Prospects for Consumer-Oriented Social Media (Paper, 27th Bled eConference)

10 May, Ottawa
How to Promote PET Usage (Invited Panel Presentation, Politics of Surveillance Workshop, Uni of Ottawa)

28 February, Canberra
Drones and Privacy (Invited Presentation to a Parliamentary Committee Roundtable)

17 February, Adelaide
Drones' Challenges to Public Safety (Invited Presentation, UAV Conference, Flinders Uni)

27 January, Southampton
Location and Tracking of Mobile Devices (Seminar for University of Southampton)

23 January, Brussels
Security vs. Privacy Trade-Off Considered Harmful (Notes prior to Panel Moderation, CPDP'14)

22 January, Brussels
Approaches to Impact Assessment (Presentation to a Panel on Technology Impact Assessment, CPDP'14)

20 January, Istanbul
The Nature of the Digital Persona and Its Implications for Data Protection Law (Seminar for Bahçesehir Üniversitesi)

20 January, Istanbul
Social Media and Privacy: The Technical Requirements, and the Role of Law (Seminar for Bahçesehir Üniversitesi)


2013 (9 Presentations in 7 Cities in 5 Countries)

5 December, Melbourne
What the Dickens is 'The Ghost of ChrIStmas Future'?? (Panel Session at ACIS)

27 November, Canberra
Drones – Technical and Policy Challenges (slide-set only, ANU RSCS Summer Scholars Series)

13 November, Sydney
Why Isn't Security Easier for SMEs and Consumers? (CyberSecurityLaw Seminar)

11 October, Canberra
Ethical Considerations in Computer Science Research (Panel for CSIRO / ANU RSCS)

(17 September, Amsterdam – Presented by my co-author and PhD candidate)
Framework for Risk Analysis in Smart Grid Perspective Based Approach (Paper, CRITIS)

11 June, Bled, Slovenia
The Supervisor's Dilemma: Is Reconciliation Possible between the Candidate's Needs and the Supervisor's Integrity? (Paper, Special Section, 26th Bled eConference)

25 February, Sydney
The New Meaning of 'Point of View': Media Uses and Abuses of New Surveillance Tools (Presentation to the Australian Press Council)

30 January, Oxford
Whose Security? The Politics of Alternative Scope Definitions (Presentation at the Cyber Security Centre, Oxford University)

24 January, Brussels
State Surveillance and Its Governance (Panel at CDPD)

17 January, Koblenz
eConsumer Insecurity: Five Sensationalist Headlines, and Why They're True (Presentation at Uni Koblenz-Landau)


2012 (17 Presentations in 7 Cities in 5 Countries)

5 December, Geelong
A Perspective on the Future of the IS Discipline (Panel Session at ACIS)

18-26 November, Tokyo
Consumer-Oriented Social Media as Market Opportunity (Keynote, Asian Privacy Scholars Conference, Meiji Uni)
Privacy and Social Media Technology (Workshop at Meiji Uni)

16 November, Canberra
I.T. Challenges to Information Law, slide-set (Aust Govt Solicitor Conference)

28 August, Canberra
What would an Open Source Library for Social Media Look Like? (ANU RSCS)

20 July, Rome (by teleconference)
The Digital Persona (McLuhan: 100 Anni Dopo: Influenze trasversali sulla Persona Digitale)

25 June, Copenhagen
Security, for Society: A View from the End of the World (Danish IT Security Association)
Privacy as a Strategic Factor in Social Media: An Analysis Based on the Concepts of Trust and Distrust (Roskilde University)

18-20 June, Bled, Slovenia
The First 25 Years of the Bled eConference (Keynote, Bled eConference)
Bled25 Special Section ­ Editors' Introduction (Session Chair's Introduction, Bled eConference)
The First 25 Years of the Bled eConference: Themes and Impacts (Paper, Bled eConference Special Section)
A Framework for the Evaluation of CloudSourcing Proposals (Paper, Bled eConference)

24 April, Canberra
Cyborg Rights (Seminar, ANU RSCS)

29 February, Canberra
Auto-Enrolment of Electors (Evidence to a Senate Committee)

22 February, Sydney
The Regulation of Point-of-View Surveillance (International Workshop on Point of View Technologies in Law Enforcement, Sydney Uni)

21 February, Sydney
Surveillance by the Media, and Its Regulation (Conference on Surveillance and/in Everyday Life, Sydney Uni)

15 February, Canberra
Electoral Address Maintenance (Evidence to a Senate Committee)


2011 (6 Presentations in 4 Cities in 2 Countries)

16 August, Canberra
The Cloudy Future of Consumer Computing (Seminar, ANU RSCS)

13-15 June, Bled, Slovenia
The Cloudy Future of Consumer Computing (Bled eConference)

21 March, Canberra
Cyber-Safety (Evidence to a Joint Select Committee)

14 March, Brisbane
The State of Privacy in Queensland (Queensland Council for Civil Liberties – QCCL)

24 February, Canberra
Security and Cloudsourcing (Cloud Computing Forum)

11 February, Gold Coast
A Risk Assessment Framework for Mobile Payments (Seminar, Bond Uni)


2010 (7 Presentations in 5 Cities in 2 Countries)

22 September, Brisbane
GenY, iGens and Privacy; & Geolocation Privacy (Panel Session, World Computer Congress)

21 September, Brisbane
Civil Society Must Publish Standards Documents (Paper, World Computer Congress)

22 June, Bled, Slovenia
Why are we still using postcards for our confidential e-Communications? (Bled Panel, June)

21 June, Bled, Slovenia
Computing Clouds on the Horizon? Benefits and Risks from the User's Perspective (Bled eConference)

7 June, Wollongong
Cyborg Rights (Keynote, IEEE ISTAS)

28 May, Canberra
Computing Clouds on the Horizon? Benefits and Risks from the User's Perspective (Seminar, ANU RSCS)

18 May, Melbourne
User Requirements for Cloud Computing Architecture (10th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing – had to withdraw shortly before the conference)


2009 (9 Presentations in 6 Cities in 4 Countries)

12 November, Sydney
A Tag-Team Acceptance Speech (Comments on Receipt of the Australian Privacy Medal)

2 November, Cambridge
Surveillance in Speculative Fiction: Have Our Artists Been Sufficiently Imaginative? (Seminar, Cambridge Computer Lab)

27 October, Toronto
Surveillance in Speculative Fiction: Have Our Artists Been Sufficiently Imaginative? (Keynote, Access and Privacy Conference)

26 October, Toronto
Lessons from a Sufficiently Rich Model of (Id)entity, Authentication and Authorisation (Seminar, Uni Toronto)

22 June, Bled Slovenia
Consumer Acceptance of Potentially Intrusive Identity Authentication Mechanisms (Panel Session, Bled eConference)

21 June, Bled, Slovenia
An eCommerce Perspective on Carbon Trading (Bled eConference)

5 June, London
A Sufficiently Rich Model of (Id)entity, Authentication and Authorisation (Seminar, LSE)

6 May, Canberra
Government Service Delivery: Near-Future Realities in a High-Bandwidth World (Senator Kate Lundy's Public Sphere Event on High Bandwidth for Australia)

7 April, Canberra
The Covert Implementation of Mass Vehicle Surveillance in Australia (Seminar, Fourth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: Covert Policing)


2008 (8 Presentations in 6 Cities in 5 Countries)

26 Oct - 9 Nov, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

6 November, Hong Kong
An eCommerce Perspective on Carbon Trading (Address, Wan Chai)

26 September, Brisbane
Innovation and the Future of Journals in the Digital Era (Open Access and Research Conference, QUT)

23 July, Sydney
You Are Where You've Been: The Privacy Implications of Location and Tracking Technologies (Keynote, Seminar on 'Location Privacy, UNSW)

24-27 Jun, Madrid
B2C Distrust Factors in the Prosumer Era (Keynote, CollECTeR Iberoamerica)

14-18 Jun, Bled
A Risk Assessment Framework for Mobile Payments (Bled eConference)
BledSpace (Workshop on eCollaboration within the Bled Community, Bled eConference)

1 May, Wellington
Can Mobile Payments be Secure Enough? (Seminar, Victoria Uni of Wellington)

29 Apr, Wellington
(Id)Entities (Mis)Management: The Mythologies underlying the Business Failures (Keynote, Identity Management Conference)


2007 (11 Presentations in 7 Cities in 4 Countries)

29 October, Wollongong
What 'Überveillance' Is, and What To Do About It (Keynote, 2nd RNSA Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security)

14-28 October, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

25 October, Hong Kong
Can Mobile Payments be Secure Enough? (Address, Wan Chai)

19 September, Canberra
Big Brother Google (Seminar, ANU DCS)

14 August, Melbourne
Your Health Records: Privacy Versus Quality of Care (Panel Session, Uni Melbourne)

30 July, Canberra
Web 2.0 - Tsunami or Mirage? (Seminar, ANU DCS)

20 July, Canberra
Security, Privacy & Reliability (Panel Session, AFR GovTech)

6 June, Bled
eCollaboration - Some Looming Impediments (Panel Session, Bled eConference)

24 May, Koblenz
Google and Privacy (Seminar, Wirtschaftsinformatik Forum)

20 May, Koblenz
Web 2.0 - Tsunami or Mirage? (Seminar, Uni Karlsrhue)

4 April, Sydney
The National ID Scheme Proposal: Technology, Project Feasibility and Security Aspects (Roundtable, Centre for Independent Studies)


2006 (19 Presentations in 8 Cities in 5 Countries)

24 November, Sydney
The Costs of 'National Security' to Privacy, and to Business (Seminar, Australian Information Security Association)

23 November, Canberra
Digital Privacy (Panel Session, ACMA Information Communications Entertainment Conference)

23 October - 4 November, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

2 November, Hong Kong
What's Google Really Up To? (Address, Wan Chai)

15 September, Sydney
Information Security and the Malware Menagerie – slide-set (Masters Seminar, Macquarie Uni)

15 August, Fredericton NB
How Academe and Business Can Connect (Panel Session, ICEC'06)

14 August, Fredericton NB
A Major Impediment to B2C Success is ... the Concept 'B2C' (Keynote, ICEC'06)

28 July, Sydney
What's 'Privacy'? (Workshop at the Australian Law Reform Commission)

11 July, Sydney
Business Models providing Incentive to Open Content (Presentation, Unlocking IP Conference)

6 June, Bled
A Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of Privacy Policy Statements (Bled e Conference)

22 May, Bergen
ePublishing Business Models in the P2P Era (Seminar, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration)

19 May, Oslo
Google's Gauntlets: Google Challenges Corporations, Consumers and the Law (Seminar, Institutt for rettsinformatikk, Uni Oslo)

26 April, Canberra
Plagiarism by Academics (Seminar, ANU DCS)

23 March, Canberra
Smart Cards and Biometrics: Is a Nightmare-Free Australia Card Feasible? (A.C.T. Society of Technology and the Law)

7 March, Sydney
Avoid the Mythologies of Identity Control and Rediscover a Sense of Balance and Proportion (Presentation, Identity Management Conference)

2 March, Sydney
Open Content Licensing and a 'Fair Go' for Creatives in a Digital Environment (Presentation, AEShareNet Seminar)

10 February, Victoria BC
(Id)entities Management, and Nym Management, for People not just of People (7th Annual Privacy & Security Conference of the Government of British Columbia)

9 February, Victoria BC
National Identity Cards? Bust the Myth of 'Security über Alles'! (7th Annual Privacy & Security Conference of the Government of British Columbia)

3 February, Sydney
An Open and Closed Case: PrePrints and PostPrints in Digital Repositories (Presentation, Symposium on Managing Openness in Digital Repositories)


2005 (14 Presentations in 8 Cities in 5 Countries)

9 December, Canberra
Google - User Perspectives (Seminar, National Institute of Social Sciences and Law, ANU)

26 October, Brussels (by teleconference)
Research for eGovernment: Key Issues (eGovernment Consultation Workshop)

20 September, Melbourne
IP Business Models for the TAFE Sector (Seminar for the Victorian TAFE Development Centre)

15 September, Sydney
The Past, Present and Future of B2C eCommerce (Panel Session, Slattery's 'Rewind Fast Forward' Conference)

28 August - 14 September, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

8 September, Hong Kong
P2P Technology's Strategic and Policy Implications (Address, Wan Chai)

2 September, Linz
Human-Artefact Hybridisation: Forms and Consequences (Ars Electronica 2005 Symposium)

17 August, Perth
Realities of Cyborgisation (Seminar, School of Media Communication and Culture, Murdoch Uni)

3 August, Canberra
P2P Technology and Its Implications (Seminar, ANU DCS)

27 July, Sydney
P2P Technology and Its Legal and Policy Implications (Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, UNSW)

12 July, Sydney
Trust Among Mobile Business Partners (Keynote, 4th International Conference on Mobile Business)

2 June, Cavtat HR
Business Cases for Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (ETS 2005 - 5th Workshop on Privacy-Enhancing Technologies)

29 April, Melbourne
The Cost-Profiles of Alternative Approaches to Journal-Publishing (Fiesole Collection Retreat Series)

1 March, Melbourne
eDemocracy (Evidence to the Victorian Parliamentary Enquiry)


2004 (18 Presentations in 11 Cities in 5 Countries)

6 December, Brisbane
Issues Arising in Current and Emergent Internet Technologies (Centre for Critical & Cultural Studies, UofQ)

18 November, Sydney
eBusiness Models for Sharing Content (conference on Unlocking IP: New models for sharing and trading intellectual property, UNSW)

8 November, Wollongong
Issues Embedded in Research Methodology (Workshop on IT/IS Research: Methodological Issues and Approaches, School of I.T. & C.S., Uni. of Wollongong)

5 November, Canberra
Identity Management? Or (Id)Entity Mismanagement? (ACS Conference on IT in Government)

29 September, Canberra
Open Content Licensing for Research Paper (Pr)ePrints (ANU DCS)

4-19 September, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

10 September, Hong Kong
The Internet and Democracy: Has Hong Kong Left It Too Late?? (China Information Technology and Law Centre, Departments of Law and CSIS, University of Hong Kong)

9 September, Hong Kong
eBusiness Models for Content The Closed v. The Open Approaches (Address, Wan Chai)

11 August, Canberra
eBusiness Models: Lessons from Open Source and Its Enemies (ANU DCS)

24 June, Zagreb HR
Critical Developments in eBusiness, and slide-set (Australian Embassy)

22 June, Bled
Open Source Software and Open Content As Models for eBusiness (Bled eConference)

11 June, Ottawa
Identity Management; and PIAs (Presentation, Canadian Privacy Commissioner's Office)

10 June, Ottawa
The Concepts of (Id)entity, Nymity & Authentication (Seminar, Uni Ottowa)

9 June, Kingston ON
The Search for Balance: The Past, Present and Future of Privacy Impact Assessments(Seminar, Queens University)

8 June, Toronto
Identity & Nymity - Public Policy Issues (Enterprise Architecture Open House, Government of Ontario)

7 June, Toronto
Is eGovernment for People, or against People? Challenges to Personal Information Management Arising from eGovernment Business Models and Technology Trends (Workshops for the Government of Ontario)

24 May, Gold Coast
Biometric Insecurity (AusCERT Conference)

4 May, Sydney
Creative Licensing to Expand Australia's Public Domain, and slide-set (Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, UNSW)


2003 (22 Presentations in 15 Cities in 5 Countries)

21 October, Sydney
15 October, Brisbane
14 October, Melbourne
Regulatory Compliance? Or Regulatory Strategy? (IBM Breakfast Seminars)

18-28 September, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

25 September, Hong Kong
Open Source and Open Content as Models for e-Business (Address, Wan Chai)

8 September, Sydney
Identification and Authentication Fundamentals (Introductory Session, Conference on State Surveillance after September 11)
Why Biometrics Must Be Banned (Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, UNSW)

28 October, Sydney
27 October, Lismore
9 October, Darwin
3 September, Melbourne
28 August, Adelaide
27 August, Perth
20 August, Launceston
19 August, Hobart
11 August, Newcastle
30 July, Brisbane
29 July, Wide Bay
eAuthentication Realities (ACS Professional Development Seminar)

4 July, Brisbane
To Share *and* To Profit (Qld TAFE `Shooting the Tube' Conference, Griffith Uni)

10 June, Bled
Authentication Re-visited: How Public Key Infrastructure Could Yet Prosper

28 March, Wellington NZ
Dataveillance - 15 Years On (Privacy Issues Forum of the New Zealand Privacy Commissioner)

19 March, Canberra
An Information Systems Perspective on Computer Science Research Methods (ANU DCS)

17-20 January, Oestrich-Winkel
Invitation to Research (20-hour PhD Induction Seminar, Euro. Business School)


2002 (20 Presentations in 11 Cities in 8 Countries)

17 December, Barcelona
Information Privacy in a Globally Networked Society: Implications for I.S. Research (Panel Session, ICIS)

3 December, Sydney
ENUM - A Case Study in Social Irresponsibility (ISOC-AU Forum on New Protocols and Standards-Setting in Australia)
Is Social Irresponsibility Alive and Well? (ISOC-AU Forum Closing Plenary)

5 November, Canberra
Techno-Reality and Techno-Literature and slide-set (Hawker College)

31 October, Adelaide
Digital Property Rights vs. Human Rights: Desperate Publishing Houses Are Demanding A New Dark Ages (ACS S.A. Conference)

25 October, Sydney
Internet Architecture and Operation: 'Supra-National' Rather Than 'International' Governance
(Seminar on International Dimensions of Internet and e-Commerce Regulation, Cyberspace Law & Policy Centre, UNSW)

12-28 September, Hong Kong
Internet and the WWW (Masters Seminar, HKU)

27 September, Hong Kong
Authentication for e-Business: Current Practices, Conceptual and Implementation Issues (Address, Wan Chai)

25 September, Hong Kong
W(h)ither PKI? (Seminar, Departments of Law and CSIS, University of Hong Kong)

20 September, Hong Kong
Key Features of Effective I.T. Applications for the New Economies (Keynote, Hong Kong International Computer Conference)

10 September, Cardiff UK
The Mythology of Consumer Identity Authentication (24th Int'l Conference of Data Protection & Privacy Commissioners)

9 August, Canberra
Research Use of Personal Data (National Scholarly Communications Forum, Australian Archives)

20 July, Canberra
Internet-Induced Constraints on Freedoms: The Implications for Innovation, and slide-set (seminar, National Office for the Information Economy)

11 July, Sydney
eAuthentication: Where's the Public Interest? (E-Authentication Symposium, Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, UNSW)

18 June, Bled
e-Consent: A Critical Element of Trust in e-Business (Bled eConference)

13 June, München
e-Business Technologies and slide-sets (1 day seminar, European Patents Office)

11 June, Oestrich-Winkel DE
e-Business Technology and Education: Virtual Universities, Virtual Professors, and slide-set (seminar, Euro. Business School)

4-5 June, Cape Town
Electronic Publishing (Masters Seminar, University of Western Cape)

10 May, Hong Kong
Biometrics Inadequacies & Threats & Privacy-Protective Architecture (Uni of Hong Kong)

18 April, San Francisco
Biometrics Inadequacies & Threats & Privacy-Protective Architecture (Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conf.)


2001 (21 Presentations in 7 Cities in 6 Countries)

15 November, Canberra
Towards a Public Key Infrastructure That Actually Works (ANU DCS)

8 November, Canberra
A New Model of Authentication to Support e-Business (ANU DCS)

23 October, Sydney
Beyond the Alligators of 21/12/2001, There's a Public Policy Swamp (Privacy.au Conference, Marcus Evans)

3 October, Washington DC
Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications: Technology and Policy Foundations
(Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB) of the National Academy of Sciences)

11 September, Canberra
e-Business: Consumer Perspectives (ASCPA IT Day)

30 July, Canberra
Can Digital Signatures and Public Key Infrastructure Be of Any Use in the Health Care Sector ??? (Panel Session, Health Informatics Conference)

19 July, Sydney
Certainty of Identity: A Fundamental Misconception, and a Fundamental Threat to Security (Seminar on eSecurity and eCrime, UNSW)

28 June, Bled
Regional Workshop for I.S. Academics in Central and Eastern Europe, and slide-set (ECIS'2001)

28 June, Bled
The Fundamental Inadequacies of Conventional Public Key Infrastructure (ECIS'2001)

26 June, Bled
Relevance of Portals to e-Government, and slide-set (Panel Session, Bled eConference)

26 June, Bled
Towards a Taxonomy of B2B e-Commerce Schemes (Bled eConference)

23 June, Salzburg
Research Challenges in Emergent e-Health Technologies (Panel Session, IFIP TC8 Conference)

22 June, Salzburg
If e-Business is Different Then So is Research in e-Business (Invited Plenary, IFIP TC8 Working Conference on E-Commerce/E-Business)

19 June, Toronto
Privacy Impact Assessment (Management Services Board, Ontario Government)

13-14 June, Cape Town
Electronic Publishing (Masters Seminar, University of Western Cape)

25 May, Sydney
Trust in Cyberspace: What eCommerce Doesn't Get (Cyberspace Regulation: eCommerce and Content, UNSW)

29 March, Sydney
Leadership Online (C&W Optus Executive Business Forum)
The New Intermediaries: Value-Chain Opportunities and Threats (ditto)

15 March, Sydney
E-Procurement: Traps & Invitations to Failure, and slide-set (e-Procurement Conference, IIR)

27 February, Sydney
Why Would M-Marketing be Trusted by Consumers and Small Enterprises??, and slide-set (AMTA Congress)

23 February, Sydney
Of Trustworthiness and Pets: What Lawyers Haven't Done for e-Business (5th Biennial Pacific Rim Computer Law Conference)


2000 (18 Presentations in 11 Cities in 5 Countries)

12 December, Brisbane
Ethical Issues in the Preparation and Submission of Research Papers in the I.S. Discipline (Panel Session, ICIS'2000)

22 November, Sydney
Privacy is a Key Factor in I-Consumer Marketing (Panel Session, A New Way to Market, BRW)

26 October, Melbourne
Technologies of Mass Observation (Mass Observation Movement Forum)

25 October, Canberra
e-Libraries and e-Shopping (Australian Library and Information Association Conference)

2 August, Canberra
e-Business Technology and Education: Virtual Universities, Virtual Professors (ANU DCS)

27 July, Melbourne
How to Ensure That Privacy Concerns Don't Undermine e-Transport Investments (e-Transport Conference, AIC)

4 July, Vienna
Technological Protections for Digital Copyright Objects (ECIS)

30 June, Linz
e-Business Technology and Education: Virtual Universities, Virtual Professors, and slide-set (Uni Linz)

21 June, Bled
Key Research Issues in Global Electronic Commerce, and slide-set (Workshop Intoduction)

19 June, Bled
What Must E.C. Deliver Now? (Panel Session Chair)

19 June, Bled
Key Design Issues in Marketspaces for Intellectual Property Rights

13-14 June, Cape Town
Electronic Publishing (Masters Seminar, University of Western Cape)

15 May, Barossa Valley
E-Consent: A Key Issue in the New E-Context, and slide-set (KPMG)

11 May, Sydney
On-Line Gambling: Authentication and Identification Technologies and Issues (3rd National Gambling Conference)

4 April, Toronto
Freedom and Privacy by Design (Notes for Workshop, CFP'2000)

14 March, Canberra
Privacy Requirements of Public Key Infrastructure (IT Security Conference, IIR)

8 March, Canberra
Research Methods in Electronic Commerce (ANU DCS)

18 February, Adelaide
Society's View of Business and I.T., and slide-set


1999 (18 Presentations in 10 Cities in 6 Countries)

3 December, Coff's Harbour
New Millenium or New Dark Ages? (Australasian Document Computing Symposium – ADCS'99)

20 October, Ottawa
Anonymous and Pseudonymous Transactions, and PETs (Workshop, Industry Canada)

19 October, Ottawa
Enable E.S.D. Through Privacy-Sensitive Design (Technology in Government Conference)

2 October, Canberra
Ethics and the Internet: The Cyberspace Behaviour of People, Communities and Organisations
(Keynote, Sixth Annual Conference of the Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics)

22 September, Canberra
Electronic Trading in Copyright Objects (ANU DCS)

20 September, Adelaide
Appropriate Research Methods for Electronic Commerce (Seminar, Uni SA)

14 September, Hong Kong
Person-Location and Person-Tracking: Technologies, Risks and Policy Implications (21st International Conference on Privacy and Personal Data Protection)

31 August, Sydney
Current Developments in Internet Privacy (Data Protection and Information Privacy Conf., IIR)

21 July, Canberra
Economic, Legal and Social Implications of I.T.: Current Issues (Canberra Branch of the Australian Computer Society)

19 August, Melbourne
Freedom of Information? The Internet as Harbinger of the New Dark Ages
(Freedom of Information and the Right to Know Conf., Communications Law Centre and the International Commission of Jurists)

15 June, Stockholm
Identified, Anonymous and Pseudonymous Transactions: The Spectrum of Choice (User Identification & Privacy Protection Conference)

14 June, Stockholm
Identification, Authentication and Anonymity in a Legal Context (User Identification & Privacy Protection Conference)

9 June, Bled
Electronic Services Delivery: From Brochure-Ware to Entry Points (Bled eConference)

8 June, Bled
The Willingness of Net-Consumers to Pay: A Lack-of-Progress Report (Bled eConference)

20 April, Sydney
Electronic Trading in Copyright Objects and Its Implications for Universities (EDUCAUSE'99)

5 April, Newark NJ
The Legal Context of Privacy-Enhancing and Privacy-Sympathetic Technologies (Seminar, AT&T Research Labs, Florham Park NJ)

24 March, Canberra
Bigger Than Y2K, Much More Pressing Than a Constitutional Preamble, I-I-I-It's 'Internet Issues'
(Seminar, Australian Intellectual Property Office)

20 January, Sydney
Key Issues in Electronic Commerce and Electronic Publishing (Information Online and On Disc '99)


1998 (4 Presentations in 3 Cities in 1 Country)

8 November, Canberra
Electronic Commerce: Net Benefit for Australia? (Closing Session Summary, Information Industry Outlook Conference, ACS)

8 May, Sydney
The Technical Feasibility of Regulating Gambling on the Internet (Gambling, Technology & Society Conf.)

28 February, Sydney
Direct Marketing and Privacy (Marketing on the Internet Conference)

17 February, Melbourne
Technological Aspects of Internet Crime Prevention (Internet Crime Conf., Australian Institute for Criminology)


1997 (13 Presentations in 8 Cities in 5 Countries)

21 October, Sydney
Privacy on the Internet: Threats, Countermeasures and Policy (Australian Privacy Forum, IBC)

24 September, Montreal
Chip-Based ID: Promise and Peril (International Conference on Privacy)

10 August, Canberra
Public Interests on the Electronic Frontier: Their Relevance to Policy-Formation for I.T. Security Techniques (IT Security '97, IIR)

11 July, Canberra
Beyond the Dublin Core: Rich Meta-Data and Convenience-of-Use Are Compatible After All (Libraries Conf.)

4 July, Brisbane
The Monster from the Crypt: Impacts and Effects of Digital Money (QuestNet'97)

19 June, Cork IE
Evaluation Or Justification? The Application Of Cost/Benefit Analysis To Computer Matching Schemes (ECIS'97)

11 June, Bled
Electronic Commerce: Themes of the Last Decade, and the Next (Closing Plenary Session, Bled eConference)

10 June, Bled
Electronic Publishing: A Specialised Form of Electronic Commerce (Bled eConference)

26 May, Sydney
Customer Profiling and Privacy: Implications for the Finance Industry (Customer Profiling for Financial Service Conf., AIC)

14 April, Melbourne
Encouraging Cyberculture (CAUSE in Australasia '97)

13 March, San Francisco
The Monster from the Crypt: Impacts and Effects of Digital Money (CFP'97)

12 March, Sydney
Privacy Implications of Digital Signatures (Digital Signatures Conf., IBC)

5 February, Sydney
Regulating Financial Services in the Marketspace: The Public's Interests
(Electronic Commerce: Regulating Financial Services in the Marketspace Conf., Australian Securities Commission)


1996 (7 Presentations in 5 Cities in 2 Countries)

18 October, Sydney
Identification, Anonymity and Pseudonymity in Consumer Transactions: A Vital Systems Design and Public Policy Issue (Smart Cards Conf.)

26 September, Melbourne
Issues in Technology-Based Consumer Transactions (Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals SOCAP Conf.)

23 August, Magnetic Island
How Do You Cope With Censorship? An Analysis for IT Services Executives
(Conference of the Australian Universities' Directors of IT, CAUDIT)

11 June, Bled
Electronic Payment Mechanisms (Workshop, Bled eConference)

10 June, Bled
Towards a Theoretical Framework For Collaborative Electronic Commerce Projects Involving Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (Bled eConference)

28 May, Perth
Privacy and Dataveillance, and Organisational Strategy (Keynote, I.S. Audit & Control Association Conf., EDPAC'96)

31 January, Melbourne
Virtual Chewing Gum on Virtual Library Seats? Human Behaviour in Electronic Communities (Victorian Automated Library Association, VALA)


1995 (7 Presentations in 7 Cities in 5 Countries)

11 December, Amsterdam
Beyond the Jungle: How Can the Various Schools of Thought in Strategic Information Systems Contribute to Organizational Strategy in Low-Competitive Contexts? (Panel Chair, ICIS'95)

13 September, Melbourne
Information Technology & Cyberspace: Their Impact on Rights and Liberties (Victorian Council for Civil Liberties)

5-7 June, Bled
Program Chair, Bled eConference

2 May 1995, Kuala Lumpur
The Strategic Significance for Business and Government of Information Infrastructure and Technoculture
(East Asian Conference on Infrastructure for the 21st Century)

5 May 1995, Penang
Empirical Methods in Information Systems Research, and the A.N.U.'s 6-Year Longitudinal Program on EDI in Government
(Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, University of Science Malaysia)

26 April, Toowoomba
Net-ethiquette (University of Southern Queensland)

31 March, San Francisco
When Do They Need to Know 'Whodunnit?' The Justification for Transaction Identification; The Scope for Transaction Anonymity and Pseudonymity (CFP'95)

12 January, Denver
EDI (University of Denver)


Notes

Overseas locations number 67 in 23 countries, including (* indicates more than twice) Austria (Linz*, Salzburg, Vienna), Belgium (Brussels*, Namur), Canada (Fredericton, Kingston, Montreal, Toronto*, Ottawa*, Vancouver, Victoria BC), Croatia (Cavtat, Zagreb), Czech Republic (Brno), Denmark (Copenhagen), Hong Kong*, Germany (Bielefeld, Freiburg-in-Breisegau, Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Kassel, Koblenz*, Leipzig*, Munich, Oestrich-Winkel*), Ireland (Cork), Italy (Rome), Japan (Tokyo), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Penang), The Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam), New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington), Norway (Bergen, Oslo), Slovenia (Bled*), South Africa (Cape Town*), Spain (Barcelona, Madrid), Sweden (Stockholm, Uppsala, Karlstad), Switzerland (Balsthal, Basel, Bern*, St Gallen*, Zürich), Turkey (Istanbul*), the UK (Cambridge, Cardiff, London, Oxford, Southampton*) and the USA (Boston, Denver, Fort Worth, Minneapolis, San Francisco*, Los Angeles, Newark NJ, New York, Pittsburgh, Washington DC*).

The c. 20 Australian locations include all 8 capitals plus Barossa Valley, Coff's Harbour, Geelong, Gold Coast, Launceston, Lismore, Magnetic Island, Newcastle, Toowoomba, Wide Bay, Wollongong.



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