Teresa Scassa

Canada Research Chair in Information Law
Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
University of Ottawa
E-mail: tscassa@uottawa.ca
Page: http://www.teresascassa.ca

Fields of interest:

Information law, intellectual property law, privacy, data protection, open data, open government, transparency

Recent publications:

“Police Service Crime Mapping as Civic Technology: A Critical Assessment,” (2016) 5:3 International Journal of e-Planning Research 13-26.

Amy Conroy and Teresa Scassa, “Balancing Transparency and Accountability with Privacy in Improving the Police Handling of Sexual Assaults”, in press (2016) 28:2 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law.

Teresa Scassa and Niki Singh, “Open Data and Official Languages Regimes: An Examination of the Canadian Experience”, (2015) 7:1 Journal of e-Democracy 117-133.

Teresa Scassa and Haewon Chung, “Managing Intellectual Property Rights in Citizen Science: A Guide for Researchers and Citizen Scientists”, Wilson Center Commons Lab, Research Series Vol 03, 2015.

Amy Conroy and Teresa Scassa, “Promoting Transparency While Protecting Privacy in Open Government in Canada”, (2015) 53:1 Alberta Law Review 175-206.

Teresa Scassa and Fraser Taylor, “Intellectual Property and Geospatial Information: some Challenges”, (2014) 6:1 WIPO Journal 79-88.

“Public Transit Data Through an Intellectual Property Lens: Lessons About Open Data”, (2014) 41 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1759-1810.