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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2

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1
Re-imagining Economic Alterity: A Feminist Critique of the Juridical Expansion of Bioproperty in the Monsanto Decision at the Supreme CourtView abstract
Sean RobertsonPages 227-253
2
Home Is where the Internet Connection Is: Law, Spam and the Protection of Personal SpaceView abstract
Andrea SlanePages 255-290
3
Between the Hammer and the Block: China’s Intellectual Property Rights in the Network AgeView abstract
Hong XuePages 291-314
4
The Purpose of Copyright Law in CanadaView abstract
Daniel J. GervaisPages 315-356
5
Privacy Law in the United States, the EU and Canada: The Allure of the Middle GroundView abstract
Avner Levin and Mary Jo NicholsonPages 357-395
6
Too Many Open Windows? Exploring the Privacy Implications of Pop-Up AdsView abstract
Emily Woodward DeutschPages 397-424
7
The Evolution of Originality in Canadian Copyright Law: Authorship, Reward and the Public InterestView abstract
Carys J. CraigPages 425-445
8
Spam Legislation in Canada: Federalism, Freedom of Expression and the Regulation of the InternetView abstract
Karen NgPages 447-491
9
Travels With My Plant: Monsanto v. Schmeiser revisitedView abstract
Bruce ZiffPages 493-509
10
ContributorsView abstract
Pages 510-511

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