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Legal issues in computer security research

This Thursday, I gave a talk at AtlSecCon 2014. The weather threw a wrench in the organizers' plans, but they managed to pull off a solid conference. Unfortunately, the talks weren't recorded this year. The slides are posted on speakerdeck, and are embedded below the fold.

I also reprised this talk at NSLUG, and recorded audio, now posted on SoundCloud, and also embedded below the fold.

Finally: late last year, I wrote 3 posts exploring Canada's computer crime laws (1, 2, 3) which were initial versions of work that eventually became two papers I submitted this semester for a directed studies course. If you were interested in those posts, I've embedded the final PDFs below. The talk is a condensed version of that work.

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