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Ray Corrigan

Ray Corrigan

About me

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


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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