Research Publications for Wayne A Rumbles
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Dizon, M., Ko, R., Rumbles, W., Gonzalez, P., McHugh, P., & Meehan, A. (2019). A matter of security, privacy and trust: A study of the principles and values of encryption in New Zealand. New Zealand: New Zealand Law Foundation and University of Waikato. Retrieved from https://www.lawfoundation.org.nz/
Rumbles, W. A. (2013). Hacking at the virtual edge. In Law on the Edge. Vancouver, Canada.
Rumbles, W. A. (2013). Keyboard dreams: Hacker identity and refraction of legal narrative. In 8th Global Conference - CyberCultures - Exploring Critical Issues (pp. 10 pages). Prague, Czech Republic.
Rumbles, W. A. (2013). Laws' embryo: Reproducing fears of modern monsters. In 1st Global Conference: The Boundaries of Reproduction: Origins, Bodies Transition and Futures (pp. 10 pages). Prague, Czech Republic.
Rumbles, W. (2012). Through the looking glass: Hacker culture reflected in law and the public imagination. In S. Baumann (Ed.), Cybercultures: Cultures in Cyberspace Communities (pp. 121-142). Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Rumbles, W. (2011). Virtual theft: Crime or non-crime?. In Justice in the Round Conference. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.
Rumbles, W. (2011). Who's savage? Representations of Maori and Europeans living in New Zealand 1814-1841. In 30th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society. Conference held at Brisbane, Australia.
Rumbles, W. (2011). Digital dreams in the sun: Law, hacker identity and legal narrative in the Pacific. In Regional Integration and Identity in the Pacific Colloquium. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch.
Rumbles, W. (2011). Theft in the digital: Can you steal virtual property?. The Canterbury Law Review, 17, 354-374.
Rumbles, W. (2011). ʺThree Strikesʺ sentencing: Another blow for Maori. Waikato Law Review, 19(2), 108-116.