Department of Private Law (Institutt for
privatrett), Faculty of Law, University of Oslo.
associate (formerly Co-Director) of
Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, Faculty of Law, University of New South
Visiting Fellow, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales.
Privacy / data protection;
information / IT security; consumer protection; private international law; intellectual property; e-commerce; alternative dispute resolution; Internet governance; jurisprudence.
LL.M. programme in Information and Communication Technology Law, University of Oslo
English Law of Contract, University of Oslo
An introductory anthology on Internet governance for which I am principal editor and co-author has just been published (late January 2009) by Oxford University Press. The title of the book is Internet Governance: Infrastructure and Institutions. See here for details.
"International agreements to protect personal data", in James B. Rule & Graham Greenleaf (eds.), Global privacy protection: The first generation (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008), pp. 15-49.
In March 2008, I was called to give evidence to the UK House of Lords Constitution Committee in connection with its inquiry into the impact of surveillance on the relationship between the State and citizens. The report of the Committee, Surveillance: Citizens and the State, has just been published (February 2009) and is available