Dr Michael Dizon
Qualifications: BA Ateneo LLB University of the Philippines LLM (Dist) Edinburgh PhD Tilburg
Personal Website: https://www.macdizon.com/
Michael Anthony C. Dizon has held academic positions at universities and research institutes in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the Philippines. He has also been engaged in legal practice having been an associate attorney at a Philippine law firm, a corporate lawyer for a privately held investment company, and a professional support lawyer with a global law firm.
- Kemi Hughes, “The Influence of the Paris Agreement on Mitigation and Adaptation Outcomes toward the Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Post 2015: A Comparative Study of Nordic, Asian and African Regions”
- Julia Werner, “The Interaction between Copyright, Neighbouring Rights and International Rights Management in the Digital Age: Past, Present and Future of Music Licensing”
Michael has conducted and published research on law and technology topics such as encryption, hacking, information security, cybercrime, intellectual property, and technology regulation.
His current research interests include ICT security and cybercrime laws and the norms and values of law and technology. More broadly, his research revolves around normative pluralism and the information society and involves the socio-legal study of technology, creativity and innovation.
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). Substantive and procedural legislation in the Philippines to combat webcam-related child sexual abuse. In S. van der Hof, I. Georgieva, B. W. Schermer, & B. -J. Koops (Eds.), Sweetie 2.0: Using Artificial Intelligence to Fight Webcam Child Sex Tourism (pp. 456-489). The Hague, The Netherlands: Springer. Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13129
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. Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13120
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/ Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13386
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Computing; Law; Technology
information and communications technology (ICT) law; ICT security and cybercrime laws; socio-legal studies; legal research and writing;
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