Research Publications for Michael A C Dizon

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  • Dizon, M. (2021). The critical role of technical and social principles and values in encryption regulation. In New Zealand Symposium on Law and Technology: Education, Practice and Policy 2021. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Dizon, M. (2021). Technology, laws and values of encryption. In TeLENZ Webinar Series: Regulating Encryption in New Zealand, Hamilton.

  • Dizon, M. (2021). A socio-legal analysis of the conceptions of privacy and information security in relation to the laws of encryption. In Socio-Legal Studies Association 2021 Annual Conference. Cardiff.

  • Dizon, M. A. C., & McHugh, P. J. (2021). Encryption laws and regulations in one of the Five Eyes: the case of New Zealand. Information and Communications Technology Law. doi:10.1080/13600834.2021.1988321

  • Dizon, M. (2021). Cyber- space, law and diplomacy. In Conceptualising Cyber Diplomacy Workshop.

  • Dizon, M. (2021). Submission on New Zealand’s draft principles and objectives for negotiating a new UN Convention on Cybercrime.

  • Dizon, M. (2021). Submission on National Security Long-term Insights Briefing Topic.

  • Dizon, M. (2021). A pluralist and interdisciplinary approach to encryption regulation. New Zealand Law Journal, (10), 332-336.

  • Dizon, M. (2020). Contract Terms in the Philippines: Incorporation, interpretation, implication, and unfair terms. In M. Chen-Wishart, & S. Vogenauer (Eds.), Studies in the Contract Laws of Asia III: Contents of Contracts and Unfair Terms (pp. 308-338). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • Dizon, M. (2019). Matters of trust, privacy and security: An examination of the technical, legal and social principles and values of encryption. In 18th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications. Rotorua, New Zealand.


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