Professor Mark Perry

Professor, Chair of the Academic Board - Academic Board; School of Law

Phone: +61 2 6773 2910

Email: mark.perry@une.edu.au

Biography

Professor Mark Perry's research focuses on the nexus of technology and law. Professor Perry has taught around the world, including Japan, New Zealand, India, Italy, and Australia. He has been an invited and keynote speaker at many international conferences regarding technology and law. Along with invitations to speak, he has organised several global conferences in Canada and been an advisor on other symposia overseas. Professor Perry has published over 100  papers in both law and technology journals, and recent books include  Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century, and Hegemony or Harmony: Free Trade Agreements (with Lillian Corbin). He has supervised over 50 post doctoral, graduate and undergraduate students, all of whom have gone on to work at law firms, industry or in other universities. His current research focuses on law in high tech agriculture, biotechnology, and the governance of data. He is currently the Chair of the Academic Board (https://www.une.edu.au/about-une/governance).

Qualifications

LLB (Manchester) 1976, DipCompSci, (Auckland) 1995, MJur (Auckland) 1998. Barrister and Solicitor, Law Society of Upper Canada

Awards

IARIA Fellow

Emeritus Professor (Computer Science and Law, Canada)

Teaching Areas

LAW377 Information Technology Law

LAW331 Intellectual Property

LLM537  Innovation Law

LLM538 Biotechnology Law

Primary Research Area/s

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Perry2; https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4251-3405; http://ssrn.com/author=10510

Research Interests

Biotechnology Law

Intellectual Property

Information Technology Law

Privacy

University Governance

Research Supervision Experience

Fifteen HDR students completed

Publications

For a complete list of Mark's publications, click on this link.

You can also view some of Professor Perry's research on his Researchgate Author page:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mark_Perry2

Selected Publications
Chapters in Books:

Corbin L., Perry M. (2019) “Turbulent Times for FTAs: Australia and the Region”. In: Corbin L., Perry M. (eds) Free Trade Agreements: Hegemony or Harmony. Springer.

Wan Z., Perry M. (2019) Breeding Exemption in Plants Under Intellectual Property Regimes. In: Corbin L., Perry M. (eds) Free Trade Agreements: Hegemony or Harmony. Springer.

Perry, M., (2018) “Copyright and (Dis)harmonisation: Can Developing Nations Prioritise Their Own Public Good in a Global Copyright Hegemony?” In Gilchrist J, Fitzgerald B, Copyright, (eds) Property and the Social Contract: The Reconceptualisation of Copyright.Springer.

Perry, M. “Sustaining food production in the Anthropocene: Influences by regulation of crop biotechnology” in Kennedy, A., Liljeblad, J., (Eds.) Food Systems Governance: Challenges for Justice, Equality and Human Rights (Routledge, 2016).

Perry, M. “The Changing Face of Intellectual Property: Global Forces and Compliance” in Perry, M. (Ed.) Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century (Springer 2016) (peer reviewed).

Lingard, K., and Perry, M. “Innovation Cartography and Patentomics: Past, Present and Future” in Perry, M. (Ed.) Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century (Springer 2016) (peer reviewed).

Karky, R. and Perry, M. “The Australian biotechnology regulatory framework: issues concerning adventitious presence (AP), co-existence, liability and coherence” in The Search for Environmental Justice, p. 271-290, isbn:9781784719418 (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited – 2015).

Perry, M. “Accessing Accessions, Biobanks and Benefit‐Sharing” in The Governance of Research Biobanks Eds. Giovanni PascuzziUmberto Izzo, and Matteo Macilotti, (2013) Springer (peer reviewed).

Perry, M., “Towards Legal Protection for Digital Rights Management in India: Necessity or Burden?” in Relevance of IPR: Status And Prospects (2012) S. Dominic Keating, Abha Agnihotri and Ajit Varma New Delhi, India:.

Suzor, N., Fitzgerald, B., & Perry, M. (33%), “Free Software as a Democratic Principle” in Perry, M. and Fitzgerald, B. (eds) Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: Legal Perspectives ( Irwin Law, 2012).

Fitzgerald, B., & Perry, M. (15%), et al., “Creating a Legal Framework for Copyright Management of Open Access within the Australian Academic and Research Sector” in Perry, M. and Fitzgerald, B. (eds) Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: Legal Perspectives ( Irwin Law, 2012).

Perry, M. “The Protection of Rights Management Information: 
modernization or cup half full?” in From "Radical Extremism" to "Balanced Copyright": Canadian Copyright and the Digital Agenda. Ed. Michael Geist. Toronto: Irwin Law, 2010 (peer reviewed).

 
 

Perry, M. “From Pasteur to Monsanto: Approaches to Patenting Life in Canada.” An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm. Ed. Ysolde Gendreau. UK: Edward Elgar, 2008 (peer reviewed).

 
 

Kaminiski, H. and Perry, M. “Employing Intelligent Agents to Automate SLA Creations.” Emerging Web Services Technology. Eds. Cesare Pautasso and Christoph Bussler. Basel: Birkhäuser, 2007 (peer reviewed).

 

Perry, M. “Rights Management Information.” In the Public Interest: The Future of Canadian Copyright Law. Ed Michael Geist. Toronto: Irwin, 2005 (peer reviewed).

 

Perry, M. “Chapter 30: Information Technology.” Electronic Business Law. New Zealand: Butterworths Lexis, rv.10, 2004.

 

Crossan, M., Wilkinson, M.A. and Perry, M. (with casewriters Trevor Hunter and Tammy Smith), “Napster, MP3 and the Music Industry.” Business case republished in Strategic Management: A Casebook. Eds. M.M. Crossan, J.N. Fry, J.P. Killing, and R.E. White. Toronto: Prentice Hall, 2002, pp. 129-145.

 

Perry, M. and Zhang, Q. “SITA: Protecting Internet Trade Agents from Malicious Hosts.” Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications. Eds. Samuel Pierre and Roth Glitho. New York: Springer, 2001, pp. 173-184 (peer reviewed).

 

Perry, M. “Chapter 30: Information Technology.” Electronic Business Law. New Zealand: Butterworths Lexis, 2001, pp. 23001-23023.

 

Perry, M. “Domain Names.” Transnational Cyberspace Law. Ed. Ibusuki. Tokyo: (in Japanese) Nippon Hyoron Sha, 2000, pp. 79-87.

Perry, M. “Transforming Teaching and Learning with Information Technology.” Apple University Consortium Academic Conference, University of Queensland: September 1996.

Books

Corbin L., Perry M. (eds) Free Trade Agreements: Hegemony or Harmony. Springer. (2019).

Perry, M. (Ed.) Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century (Springer 2016)

Perry, M. and Fitzgerald, B. (eds) Knowledge Policy for the 21st Century: Legal Perspectives (Irwin Law, 2012). ISBN-13: 978-1-55221-172-4

Fitzgerald, B., Perry, M. et al. Creating a Legal Framework for copyright Management of Open Access Within the Australian Academic and Research Sector. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2006. ISBN: 9781920898939

 
Articles:

    K. Lingard & M. Perry (2018): An assessment of the regulatory framework of the Western Australian sandalwood industry, Australian Forestry, DOI: 10.1080/00049158.2017.1420455

    Aljazzaf,Z., Capretz, M., Perry, M.,  “Trust-based Service-Oriented Architecture”, Journal of King Saud University - Computer and Information Sciences Volume 28, Issue 4, October 2016, Pages 470–480.

    Margoni, M., and Perry, M., “Online Intermediary Liability and Privatised Enforcement: Content ID Case” ICDS 2016 : The Tenth International Conference on Digital Society and eGovernments.

    Karky, R., and Perry, M., “World Trade Organisation Obligations and Legislative Policy: Choices In Developing Countries For Biotechnology” Currents: International Trade Law Journal v XXII [22] 1, 13-25.

    Perry, M., Review of 'Free and Open Source Software, Policy, Law and Practice', by Noam Shemtov (ed.) and Ian Walden (ed.), (Oxford University Press, 2014) European Intellectual Property Review (1), p. 61-62 (2014).

    Perry, M., “Food and sustainability: the regulation of biotechnology” Australian Environment Review 29.7 (2014) (commentary).

    Perry, M., and Karky, R., “Policy Choices for Biotech Legislative Enactments: Genetic Modification in the Food Chain” 2014 Universitas 8, 1–28.

    Ramachandran, K., Lutfiyya, H., and Perry, M., “On Dynamic & Subjective Trust for Privacy Policy Enforcement in Cloud Computing” 2013 IEEE DOI 10.1109/HPCC.and.EUC.2013.223.

    Margoni, T. and Perry, M. “Deep Pockets, Packets, and Harbors” Ohio State Law Journal, v. 74 (6), p. 1195-1216 (2013)

    Perry, M., and Karky, R., “Agriculture Under Threat – A Crisis Of Confidence? The Solution: Redefine Adventitious Presence Maximum Levels from Zero to Zero++” Canadian Journal of Law and Technology July 2013.

    Ramachandran, K., Lutfiyya, H., and Perry, M., “On Subjective Trust for Privacy Policy Enforcement in Cloud Computing” (2013) 12th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing.

    Ramachandran, K., Lutfiyya, H., and Perry, M. “A Privacy Preserving Solution for Webmail Systems with Searchable Encryption” International Journal on Advances in Security, vol 5 (2012).

    Perry, M. Review of Canadian Trademark Law, by Teresa Scassa (Markham, Ontario, LexisNexis Canada, 2010, xlii, 582 pp., $215) Canadian Business Law Journal (2012) Vol 52 (peer reviewed journal)

    Margoni, T. and Perry, M. “Ownership in Complex Authorship: Joint Works in Italy and the United States of America.” (2012) European Intellectual Property Review 34.1.

    Perry, M. “Chaavi: A Privacy Preserving architecture for Webmail Systems“ Proceedings of Cloud Computing 2011: The Second International Conference on Cloud Computing, GRIDs, and Virtualization, p. 133-140 (2012).

    Perry M., “Decentralized approach to resource availability prediction using group availability in a P2P desktop grid” Future Generation Computer Systems, v. 28 (6), p. 854-860 (2012) -- issn:0167-739X -- Elsevier BV.

    Perry M., “Clarifying Privacy in Clouds” Proceedings of CYBERLAWS 2011: The Second International Conference on Technical and Legal Aspects of the e-Society, p. 12-17 (2012) -- isbn:9781612081229 -- Curran Associates Inc – 2012.

    Perry, M. , and Margoni, T., “Scientific and Critical Editions of Public Domain Works: An Example of European Copyright Law (Dis)Harmonization” Canadian Intellectual Property Review, 2011-1, p. 157-170.

    Margoni, T. and Perry, M. “From Music Tracks to Google Maps: Who Owns Computer-Generated Works?” Computer Law and Security Review 26.6 (Nov. 2010): pp. 22-49.

    Perry, M. and Wilkinson, M.A. “University Research and Protection of Confidential Information.” Canadian Intellectual Property Review 26 (2010): pp. 92-122.

    Margoni, T. and Perry, M. “Free Libre Open Source Software as a Public Policy Choice: An Inquiry into the Canadian Situation.” International Journal on Advances in Internet Technology 3 (2010).

    Fitzgerald, B. and Perry, M. “FLOSS as Democratic Principle.” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society (2006).

    Perry, M. “Rights Management Information.” In the Public Interest: The Future of Canadian Copyright Law. Ed. Michael Geist. Toronto: Irwin Law 2005.

    Kaminski, H. and Perry, M. "Pattern Language for Software Licensing." Tenth European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EUROPLoP Conference) (2005): pp. 177 – 219.

    Perry, M. and Wilkinson, M.A. Canadian Journal of Law and Technology 4.1 (2005): pp. 1-20.

    Wang, L., Bauer, M., and Perry, M. "A Token-Based Software License Protection Framework Using One-Way Hash Functions." World Congress in Applied Computing EEE05 (2005).

    Perry, M. , So, C. and Watt, S. "Towards an Accessible Web through Semantic Web Standards." International Conference on Computers for People with Special Needs (CSPN ‘05) (2005): pp. 10-16.

    Kaminski, H., Kari, L. and Perry, M. “Who Counts Your Votes?” IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service (EEE05) (2005): pp. 598-603.

    Perry, M. , Zhao, Q. and Zhou, Y. “Reasoning Over Ontologies for SLAs.” IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service (EEE'05) (2005): pp. 381-384.

    Bauer, M. and Perry, M. “Policies, Rules and their Engines: What Do They Mean for SLAs?” proceedings of Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems Conference KES (2004): pp. 1164-1170.

    Perry, M. , Zhao, Q. and Zhou, Y. “Delegation Model for Enforcement of On-demand Service Level Agreement.” 8th World Multi-Conference On Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, (SCI2004) (2004).

    Perry, M. “Lifeform Patents: the High and the Low.” Journal of International Biotechnology Law 1.1 (2004): pp. 20–27.

    Nabbali, T. and Perry, M. , “Introducing Carnivore: Going for the Throat with Precision Surveillance.” TLF 2.41 (2004) (A version of paper was first published in the Computer Law and Security Report, 20.2, below).

    Nabbali, T. and Perry, M. , . “Going for the Throat: Carnivore in an Echelon World Part II.” Computer Law and Security Report 20.2 (2004): pp. 84–97.

    Perry, M. , Zhao, Q. . and Zhou, Y. “Policy Driven Licensing Model for Computer Software.” 4th IEEE International Workshop on Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks POLICY (2003): pp. 219-228.

    Nabbali, T. and Perry, M. , “Introducing Carnivore: Going for the Throat with Precision Surveillance” (2003) v2_0031, pp. 31-40. (A version of this paper was first published in the Computer Law and Security Report, 19.6, below).

    Nabbali, T. and Perry, M. , “Going for the Throat: Carnivore in an Echelon World” Computer Law and Security Report 19. 6 (2003): pp. 456-467.

    Perry, M. , Zhao, Q. and Zhou, Y. “Policy Enforcement Pattern.” 9th Conference of the Pattern Language of Programs Proceedings (2002) pp. 1-14.

    Krishna, P. and Perry, M. “Making Sense of Mouse Tales: Canadian Lifeform Patents Topsy-Turvy.” European Intellectual Property Review 23.4 (2001): pp. 196-204.

    Fitzgerald, B., and Perry, M. “FLOSS as Democratic Principle: Free Software as Democratic Principle” The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and SocietyVol 2:3.

    Perry, M. “Audio-files on Trial.” Butterworths Technology Law Forum 1.1 (2000): pp. 2-5.

    Chisick, C. and Perry, M. “Copyright and Anti-circumvention: Growing Pains in a Digital Millennium.” New Zealand Intellectual Property Journal (2000): pp. 261–275.

    Perry, M. “Copyright Undecided, but Headnotes Lack Originality.” European Intellectual Property Review 22.5 (2000): pp. 237-241.

    Perry, M. “Another Look at Appropriation of Digital Persona: Domain Names at the Costs Hearing.” New Zealand Business Law Quarterly (1999): pp. 7–12.

    Perry, M. “Judges Reasons for Judgment - Intellectual Property Rights.” New Zealand Universities Law Review 18 (1999): pp. 257–293.

    Perry, M. “Cybersquatters or Entrepreneurs – When is Legal Intervention Appropriate?” New Zealand Business Law Quarterly (1998): pp. 111-117.

    Perry, M. “Acts of Parliament: Privatisation, Promulgation, Crown Copyright — is there a Need for a Royal Royalty?” New Zealand Law Review (1998): pp. 493–529.

    Perry, M. “Roadblocks to LIINZ - Problems Facing Public Access to New Zealand Laws.” Law Via the Internet (1997): pp. 128–136.

Clinical Skills and Experience

IP/IT/Biotech Law

Memberships

Law Society of Upper Canada, Barrister and Solicitor

ACM Life Member

Consultancy Interests

IP/IT/Biotech Law