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Dinusha Mendis
Professor of & Law Co-Director Editor-in-Chief IP Convenor
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Dinusha Mendis 5h
Today is a national day of for the victims of the I mourn with you the people and those who were visiting SL. My beautiful country & innocent people torn apart by this senseless act. I am heartbroken, but let’s stay strong for each other.
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 20
Thank you Andrea! Hope you are well.
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Celine Tan Apr 17
I wish he was here with us to continue our fight for global justice but we hope this will be one of my friend and late colleague Dwijen Rangnekar’s legacies. Please spread the word.
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Annemarie Bridy Apr 17
You’d think no legal academics working on copyrights and technology had ever taken a really hard look at this 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 18
Something for enthusiasts! | ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ star ⁦⁩ picks ⁦⁩ as exclusive live-streaming platform |
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pauljheald Apr 12
Copyright Evidence Wiki is awesome!!
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 18
Thank you for a wonderful conference. Hope you have a well deserved rest and look forward to in 2020!
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Dr Kim Barker ⚖️ Apr 17
Brilliant presentation by talking ‘expertise’ and ‘knowledge’ of people developing laws. We need to remember that the laws are written by people - we need to remember the human dimension in critique especially when dealing with unknowns
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 17
V happy to see former PhD student (my former student!:)) progressing her research from PhD to forthcoming book on , and Cognition: The Human Element in Online Infringement
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 17
, and Cognition: The Human Element in Online Infringement ⁩ presenting her paper (and forthcoming book) at ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Hayleigh Bosher Apr 17
Invasion of your privacy enables fake news to be more believable, tailored for your preconceptions
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Hayleigh Bosher Apr 17
Should social media platforms have a fiduciary duty? says move away from trying to control the harm and impose duty on platforms to protect users
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Abhilash Nair Apr 17
Should robots have responsibilities for criminal behaviour? Should we consider them morally & legally culpable? Bela Chatterjee takes us back to the future with her fantastic paper on rogue robots
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 17
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Jiahong Chen Apr 17
The similarity between and issues raised by reminds me of 's remarks on the balancing between individual interests and public goods in both areas of law.
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Jiahong Chen Apr 17
Third finalist along with discussant on Individual Property vs Intellectual Property. A lot of fascinating observations on individual personhood, social/market functions, lack of choice, etc.
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Edina Harbinja Apr 17
Next on in the prize session discussing paper on conflicts between individual and intellectual property in the digital era by
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Dinusha Mendis Apr 17
presenting the first paper on content regulation for the prize at
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Subhajit Basu Apr 17
Technology has always been disruptive argues we should concentrate on developing better connection between IP teaching & technology
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Mark Lemley Apr 16
My article suggesting that brands must put up with parodies if they want to be declared famous is now published in the Michigan State Law Review.
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