Lecture Notes

"ECommerce" Easter 2014

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2013/14 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Thu 15th May 2014: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics, Law and Ethics" Easter 2014

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2013/14 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Tue 20th May 2014: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Easter 2013

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2012/13 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Thu 16th May 2013: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2013

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2012/13 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Tue 21st May 2013: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Easter 2012

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2011/12 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Tue 22nd May 2012: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2012

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2011/12 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Thu 17th May 2012: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Lent 2011

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2010/11 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Tue 8th March 2011: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2011

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2010/11 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture was to be on "UK Law and the Internet" but circumstances meant it was actually given by Jack Lang rather than me.

Tue 24th May 2011: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Easter 2010

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2009/10 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Tue 18th May 2010: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2010

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2009/10 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Tue 18th May 2010: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Easter 2009

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2008/9 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Tue 19th May 2009: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2009

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2008/9 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Tue 19th May 2009: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2008

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2007/8 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Thu 15th May 2008: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"ECommerce" Easter 2007

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2006/7 by Jack Lang. My single "guest" lecture is on "An International Perspective on Internet Legislation".

Thu 17th May 2007: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law" Easter 2007

This is a course for Part IB (second year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2006/7 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "UK Law and the Internet".

Tue 17th May 2007: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Security" Michaelmas 2005

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students given in 2004/5 by Ross Anderson. My single "guest" lecture is on "Anonymity and Traceability".

Tue 9th Nov 2005: Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Additional Topics" Michaelmas 2002

This is a course for Part II (third year undergraduate) Cambridge students. The official rubric reads: "The aim of this course is broaden the experience of students by asking expert guest lecturers to discuss real-world issues which are of current interest to the computer community."

In the 2002/3 course I gave three of the sixteen lectures.

"Hiding: Anonymity Systems"

Mon 25th Nov 2002

Slides and Notes in PDF format

A reasonably academic review of anonymity mechanisms: trusted intermediaries, broadcasts, MIXs and DC-Nets.

"Finding: Traceability on the Internet"

Wed 27th Nov 2002

Slides and Notes in PDF format

The Internet and its protocols provide methods by which it is possible to determine "who did that?". In many ways, "traceability" should be seen as the opposite of "anonymity". The lecture will explain how tracing is done and the assumptions and Best Practices that can make it more accurate. It will also explore the way in which traceability breaks down at the edges of the network and the practical operational and political challenges this poses.

"Regulating: Abuse, Bulk email, Crytography, Defamation and Everything else"

Fri 29th Nov 2002

Slides and Notes in PDF format

A history of ISP's regulatory issues, abuse, child pornography, unsolicited bulk email, spam, crypto regulation, data retention, defamation and the E-Commerce Directive. Not very deep (as can be seen from the breadth, but "I woz there!" so it should be reasonably accurate).

"Additional Topics" Lent 2002

In the 2001/2 course I also gave three lectures, whose titles will be strangely familiar, though the different content may be of interest to historians or to those who love to see what errors are made by the people up front!

"Hiding: Anonymity Systems" Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Finding: Traceability on the Internet" Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Regulating: Abuse, Bulk email, Crytography, Defamation and Everything else" Slides and Notes in PDF format

"Economics and Law"

These are older versions of this single "guest" lecture on "UK Law and the Internet" in the Part IB course.

Fri 22nd Nov 2002: Slides and Notes in PDF format

Tue 18th May 2004: Slides and Notes in PDF format

Thu 19th May 2005: Slides and Notes in PDF format

Tue 23rd May 2006: Slides and Notes in PDF format

AND in Lent 2002 a similar "guest" lecture on "UK Legislation" was given in Markus Kuhn's Part II Security course: Slides and Notes in PDF format

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