Onsrud Speaks at Law and Technology Centers

A frequent invited speaker on law and technology topics, Professor Harlan Onsrud  was featured as an invited speaker on March 5 for the opening of the new Centre for Law, Technology and Society at the University of Ottawa. His talk on Ubiquitous Tracking: Supporting Privacy and Free Speech described emerging and likely pervasive surveillance environments in our future and then suggested combined technological and legal solutions that might be used to protect both privacy and corporate free speech within our digital future. On March 19 he was featured also at an international workshop at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information/Communication Technologies (ICRI) at Katholieke Universitet Leuven in Belgium speaking on Open Access Licenses and Lessons for Creating a Global Marketplace in Geographic Data.