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Ray Corrigan

Ray Corrigan is senior lecturer in technology at The Open University.

Biography

Ray Corrigan is senior lecturer in technology at The Open University. Deeply involved with The Open University's deployment of elearning, Ray is an expert in computer mediated communication in education. His research interests include interacting developments in law and technology and their wider effects on society.
Ray also blogs at b2fxxx
 

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Eric King and Bill Binney: Some thoughts on their interview

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Introductory level Duration 15 mins Updated 20 Jan 2016
The OU's Ray Corrigan offers his views on the recent interview between Eric King and NSA whistleblower Bill Binney - and what it means from a...

Mass surveillance will never be able to stop all known terrorists

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Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 13 Jan 2015
The government believes mass surveillance can keep us safe from harm. Ray Corrigan suggests those plans need a closer look.

Blaming Facebook for Lee Rigby’s murder is nonsense

Blaming Facebook for Lee Rigby’s murder is nonsense Copyrighted image Copyright:
Introductory level Duration 10 mins Updated 27 Nov 2014
Scapegoating Facebook for the murder of Lee Rigby is wrong and is being used for political gains, writes Ray Corrigan.

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What do I need to know about Heartbleed? Creative commons image The Open University; original logo copyright Heartbleed.com under Creative-Commons license
Comment posted by Robbie Craig on 22nd Apr 2014
Excellent article Ray, succinct, bang on with the FAQs and love the links to the additional resources for those that want them
Blocking your browsers or checking your knickers: On technology, privacy and anonymity Creative commons image Jurvetson under CC-BY licence under Creative-Commons license
Comment posted by Maxi Spy on 16th Mar 2012
After reading all I am not sure if we are in secure in internet world. Nobody can be %100 sure... (commercial website removed by OpenLearn Moderator 19.03.12)
Gait recognition Copyrighted image Copyright: Dreamstime
Comment posted by maglia nera on 11th Feb 2012
You are a little right. If the resonance of the DNA can be cought by REPLICATION method A=T and T=A some thing like that can be help ful to get recognized by sound ...
To see or not to see, that is the question Creative commons image Dakkar78 under CC-BY-NC licence under Creative-Commons license
Comment posted by Jenny Stewart on 20th Jan 2012
Ray is thought provoking as ever, with the added bonus of a useful risk assessment checklist.
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Comment posted by Shahzad Pirzada on 15th Jan 2012
I think, voice or audio verification is much harder than GENE verification or identification, because gene verification has a exact match pattern where audio is frequency -

Ray Corrigan's research

Ray Corrigan (2011-04-11) Information policy making: developing the rules of the road for the information society (or the anatomy of a digital economy act), Routledge

Mark Rogers, Ray Corrigan and Joshua Tomalin (2010-12) The economic impact of consumer copyright exceptions: a literature review, Consumer Focus

Ray Corrigan (2009-09) Ecology, intellectual property and a five point plan for a sustainable public domain?, In 4th GikII International Workshop on Law, Technology and Culture

Ray Corrigan (2008-10) Back to the future: digital decision making, In Information & Communications Technology Law 3(17)

Ray Corrigan (2007-10-31) Is there such a thing as sustainable infodiversity?, In Researching open content in education

Ray Corrigan (2007-09-19) Colmcille and the Battle of the Book: Technology, Law and Access to Knowledge in 6th Century Ireland, In GikII 2 Workshop on the intersections between law, technology and popular culture at University College London, September 19th, 2007

Ray Corrigan (2007-07) Digital Decision Making: Back to the Future, Springer-Verlag London Ltd

Ray Corrigan (2006-09) The Second Law and Rivalrous Digital Information (Or Maxwell's Demon in an Information Age), In GikII Workshop preceding VI Computer Law World Conference 3(6)

Ray Corrigan and Mark Rogers (2005-07) The economics of copyright, In World Economics 3(6)

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