Some papers also available on my SSRN page.
Report on Free Trade Agreements and Information Technology based business, (with A Brown & A Guadamuz), 2(1) Geopolitics, History, and International Relations 62 (2010). [See earlier working paper noted below and SSRN at <http://ssrn.com/abstract=984864>]
Unlocking the Potential of Aid Information, (with J Gray, B Hogge, S Parrish, & R Pollock). <http://www.unlockingaid.info/>
Digital and Internet Marketing: What Happens to Consumer Privacy Online?, (with L Edwards) in â€œLaw and the Internetâ€ (Lilian Edwards and Charlotte Waelde eds., 2009). Hart Publishing. (pre-publication version available @: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1435105)
Fix Your Broken IP Structures, (with A Watson), â€œManaging Intellectual Propertyâ€, Feature (April 2009).
Implementing Open Data: The Open Data Commons project. Open Source Business Resource, (February 2008) <http://www.osbr.ca/>
Blog Review: The Patry Copyright Blog. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (2008).
Report on Free Trade Agreements and Information Technology based business, (with A Brown & A Guadamuz), AHRC Centre Working Paper (March 2007), at <http://ssrn.com/abstract=984864> and Research Appendix, at <http://www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/handle/1842/2492>
Mesh Networking: A look at the legal future. 11:5 Journal of Internet Law 1, (November 2007).
Snapshot study on the use of open content licences in the UK cultural heritage sector. Eduserv Foundation, (November 2007) <http://www.eduserv.org.uk/foundation/studies/cc2007>
Book Review: The Intellectual Property Debate: Perspectives from Law, Economics and Political Economy, M. Pugatch (ed), SCRIPT-ed June 2007 issue <http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/script-ed/vol4-2/jh_review.asp>.
Are Auteurs really all that special? An argument against the special position of film/video directors under UK law. 2006 B.C. Intell. Prop. & Tech. F. 100401, October 2006. <http://bciptf.org/>
Of Otaku and Fansubs: A critical look at anime online in light of current issues in copyright law, 2:4 SCRIPT-ed 551 (2005) at <http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrc/SCRIPT-ed/vol2-4/hatcher.asp>
Can TPMs help create a commons? Looking at whether and how TPMs and Creative Commons licences can work together. INDICARE Monitor, October 2005. <http://www.indicare.org/>
Report for the Common Information Environment: Implications of project, service and institutional deployment of Creative Commons licences in the United Kingdom. (Barker, Duncan, Guadamuz, Hatcher, Waelde authors). Common Information Environment, October 2005. <http://www.intrallect.com/cie-study/> Direct downloads at [CIE Study Final Report] [CIE CC Study Appendices].
WORKING PAPER: Drawing in Permanent Ink: A Look at Copyright in Tattoos in the United States. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=815116. Presentation slides for this are on the Presentations page and directly at [Download] and [Boing Boing post]