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University of Queensland
Peter Black Aracne editrice

Peter Black is a Senior Lecturer in Law, The Queensland University of Technology, Australia and a member of the University Academic Board. He teaches and researches in internet law, media law and Australian Constitutional law. Peter studied Arts, with a major in Media Studies, and also an LLB (Hons) at the University of Queensland, graduating as a University Medallist. After working as an Associate for Justice Davies of the Court of Appeal, Queensland, he lectured at the University of Carlos III, Madrid, before completing an LLM at Columbia University, New York. He has expertise in the legal and policy issues surrounding social media, and is a regular media commentator on these and other issues, including government, politics and constitutional law. Articles exploring the legal issues associated with new technologies include “Facebook, Twitter, SMS and YouTube: the ramifications for surgeons” (2013) 1 (4) BJ Med& HSc; (2007) “Legal issues for wikis: the challenge of user–generated and peer–produced knowledge, content and culture” (2007) ELawJ; “Phish to Fry: Responding to the Phishing Problem” (2005) JLaw&InfSc. Recent book chapters include “Copyright: A Double–edged Sword for Creativity?” and “Show Me the Money? The ‘Other’ IP Laws”, in Butler and Holland (eds) Entertainment Law (2017).
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