Research Publications for Michael A C Dizon
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Dizon, M. A. C. (2017). A socio-legal study of hacking: breaking and remaking law and technology. Oxford: Routledge.
Dizon, M. A. C., & Disini, J. J. (2017). E-discovery in the Philippines. In B. Tan, M. Lew, & B. Ang (Eds.), A Practical Guide to E-Discovery in Asia. Singapore: LexisNexis.
Dizon, M. A. C. (2016). SCLS III Philippines Paper. In Colloquium on Contract Terms in the Contract Law of Asia. National Taiwan University, College of Law, Taiwan.
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. (2015). A socio-techno-legal study of makers and hacktivists. In Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme.
Dizon, M. A. C. (2014). A socio-legal approach to hacking. In Interference Conference. Amsterdam, 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). 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.
Dizon, M. (2013). Hacker norms and technology laws. In Eth0:2013 Winter. Winter Conference, Lievelde, Netherlands.