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A libertarian take on human rights and intellectual property

Disclaimer: This essay is an intellectual assessment of legislation and judicial decision-making to date from an equal-opportunity competitive point of view, originally written on February 13, 2010. The author’s current opinion would apply a more pragmatic take on human rights … Continue reading

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Privacy and confusion over what deserves privacy

Work in progress, incomplete. Certain events or trends have proven to be catalysts for major discussion or reform of the laws in place. The most widely known catalyst to date, is the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, … Continue reading

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Justifying justiciability of economic and social rights

When David Beetham claims that economic and social rights, even the seemingly fundamental ones, “cannot in principle be definable in justiciable form,” what he is explaining is not the theoretical possibility of making it justiciable, rather, he is stating the … Continue reading

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A look at data protection from around the world

A work in progress, works cited under development. This paper will focus on legislation in the European Union, the United Kingdom, China, and the United States.  In summary, we will be able to see some of the key differences in … Continue reading

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