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Trevor Scott Milford. (2015). Online Harassment: How Social Inequalities Can Impact VictimizationVictim Matters 5(3)January/February 2015, 6-9Available online.

Jane Bailey (Guest Editor). (2014). Laws: Special Issue on Law, Technology & Social Media 3(2). Available online.

Jane Bailey (supported by professors Faye Mishna, Wayne MacKay and Andrea Slane). (26 May 2014). Submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights Regarding Bill C-13 (Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act). Ottawa: Senate of Canada. Available online.

Colin Bennett, Kevin Haggerty, David Lyon and Valerie Steeves (Eds.). (2014). Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada. Athabasca, Alberta: Athabasca University Press.

Jacquelyn Burkell and Alexandre Fortier. (2014). Hidden Surveillance by Consumer Health Websites: Behavioural Tracking Practices and Disclosure. Final Report to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Contributions Program 2013-14. Available online.

Jacquelyn Burkell, Alexandre Fortier, Lola Wong and Jennifer Simpson (2014). Facebook: Public Space or Private Space?. Information, Communication and Society 17(8), 974-985. Available online.

Trevor Scott Milford and Ciara Bracken-Roche. (2014). Social Surveillance: Feminist Implications for Online Privacy, Self-Disclosure and Gendered Agency. .dpi – Feminist Journal of Art and Digital Culture 30. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Watching by the People: From Them to Us. In Colin Bennett, Kevin Haggerty, David Lyon and Valerie Steeves (Eds.), Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada. Athabasca, Alberta: Athabasca University Press.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Cyberbullying: Dealing with Online Meanness, Cruelty and Threats / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: La cyberintimidation: Agir sur la méchanceté, la cruauté et les menaces en ligne. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Encountering Racist and Sexist Content Online / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: Le racisme et le sexisme en ligne. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Experts or Amateurs? Gauging Young Canadians’ Digital Literacy Skills / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: Experts ou amateurs? Jauger les competences en littératie numérique des jeunes Canadiens. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Life Online / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: La vie en ligne. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Online Privacy, Online Publicity / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: Vie privée en ligne, promotion en ligne. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2014). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Sexuality and Romantic Relationships in the Digital Age / Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché, Phase III: La sexualité et les relations amoureuses à l’ère du numérique. Ottawa: MediaSmarts. Available online.

Valerie Steeves and Trevor Scott Milford. (2014). The Media: Shaping Our Understanding of Crime. In Neil Boyd (Ed.), Understanding Crime in Canada: An Introduction to Criminology. Toronto: Emond Montgomery.

Jane Bailey. (25 June 2013). Invited testimony before and submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Human Rights regarding Bill C-304 (repeal of the Canadian Human Rights Code provision against internet hate propagation). Ottawa: Senate of Canada. Available online.

Priscilla Regan, Gerald FitzGerald and Peter Balint. (2013). Generational Views of Information Privacy? Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research 26(1), 1-19. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2013). Privacy, in Leslie Regan Shade (Ed.), Mediascapes: New Patterns in Canadian Communication. Toronto: Nelson.

Pamela J. McKenzie, Jacquelyn Burkell, Lola Wong, Caroline Whippey, Samuel E. Trosow and Michael McNally. (2012). User-generated Online Content 1: Overview, Current State and Context. First Monday 17(6). Available online.

Michael B. McNally, Samuel E. Trosow, Lola Wong, Caroline Whippey, Jacquelyn Burkell and Pamela J. McKenzie. (2012). User-generated Online Content 2: Policy Implications. First Monday 17(6). Available online.

Priscilla Regan and Deborah G. Johnson. (2012). Privacy and Trust in Socio-technical Systems of Accountability, in Daniel Guagnin, Leon Hempel, Carla Ilten, Inga Kroener, Daniel Neyland and Hector Postigo (Eds.), Managing Privacy Through Accountability. London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Valerie Steeves. (2012). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Teachers’ Perspectives.  In Shirley van Nuland and Jim Greenlaw (Eds.), Social Media and Teacher Learning (Oshawa: UOIT ePress), pp. 121-134.  Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2012). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Talking to Youth and Parents about Life Online/Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché phase III : Discuter de la vie en ligne entre parents et jeunes.  Ottawa: MediaSmarts Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy. Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2012). Young Canadians in a Wired World – Phase III Teachers’ Perspectives/Jeunes Canadiens dans un monde branché phase III : La perspective des enseignants.  Ottawa: MediaSmarts Canada’s Centre for Digital and Media Literacy. Available online.

Jane Bailey and Mouna Hanna. (2011). The Gendered Dimensions of Sexting:  Assessing the Applicability of Canada’s Child Pornography Provision. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 23, 406. Available online.

Victoria L. Rubin, Jacquelyn Burkell and Anabel Quan-Haase. (2011). Factors of Serendipity in Everyday Chance Encounters: A Grounded Theory Approach to Blog Analysis. Information Research 16(3). Available online.

Valerie Steeves. (2011). Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III Teacher Interviews: Interim Analysis and Report.  Ottawa: Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.

Jane Bailey. (2010). Twenty Years Later Taylor Still Has It Right: Section 1 of the CHRA’s Continuing Contribution to Equality.  In Sheila McIntyre and Sanda Rodgers (Eds.), The Supreme Court of Canada and Social Justice: Commitment, Retrenchment or Retreat? Markham, ON: Supreme Court Law Review and LexisNexis Canada.

Priscilla Regan and Valerie Steeves. (2010). Kids R Us: Online Social Networking and the Potential for Empowerment. Surveillance & Society 8(2): 151-165. Available online.

Jane Bailey. (2009). Life in the Fishbowl: Feminist Interrogations of Webcamming. In Ian Kerr, Carole Lucock and Valerie Steeves (Eds.), On the Identity trail: Anonymity, Privacy and Identity in a Networked Society. New York: Oxford University Press.

Valerie Steeves. (2009). Data Protection Versus Privacy: Lessons from Facebook’s Beacon. In David Matheson (Ed.), The Contours of Privacy. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Jane Bailey. (2008). Missing Privacy through Individuation: The Treatment of Privacy in the Canadian Case Law on Hate, Obscenity and Child PornographyDalhousie Law Journal 31(1): 55. Available online.

Jane Bailey. (2008). Towards an Equality-Enhancing Conception of PrivacyDalhousie Law Journal 31(2): 267-309. Available online.

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