Research Publications for Michael A C Dizon

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  • Dizon, M. A. C. (2016). Breaking and remaking law and technology: A socio-techno-legal study of hacking. (PhD Thesis, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)).

  • Dizon, M. (2016). Substantive and procedural legislation in the Philippines to combat webcam-related child sexual abuse.

  • Dizon, M. A. C. (2013). The maker movement: Reforming the image of computer hackers in law and popular culture. In Law and Popular Culture: International Persepctives. Tilburg University, Netherlands.

  • Dizon, M. (2013). Understanding the rules of a networked world: A pluralist and interdisciplinary approach to the study of law, technology and society. In VSR Conference: Netherlands. Hotel Conference Centre Zonheuvel Doorn.

  • Dizon, M. A. C. (2013). The significance of 'yet another manifesto'. In OHM Conference. Oudkarspel, Netherlands.

  • Dizon, M. A. C. (2013). Rules of a networked society: Here, there and everywhere. In R. Leenes (Ed.), Bridging Distances in Technology and Regulation (pp. 83-102). Wolf Legal Publications.

  • Brown, H., Dizon, M. A. C., Trotter, A., & Hoof, V. (2012). EU Update. Computer Law & Security Review, 28(1), 96-101.

  • Brown, H., Dizon, M. A. C., Maisel, C., & Raeburn, J. (2012). EU Update. Computer Law & Security Review, 28(3), 350-354. doi:10.1016/j.clsr.2012.04.001

  • Brown, H., Dizon, M. A. C., Moudgil, A., & Hastings, L. (2012). EU Update. Computer Law & Security Review, 28(4), 481-485. doi:10.1016/j.clsr.2012.06.001

  • Dizon, M. A. C. (2012). From regulating technologies to governing society: Towards a plural, social and interactive conception of law. In H. M. Morgan, & R. Morris (Eds.), Moving Forward: Tradition and Transformation (pp. 115-142). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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