David Lindsay is an expert in technology law including cyberlaw, copyright law, communications law (including broadcasting and telecommunications law) and privacy law. He is the author of International Domain Name Law (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2007), a comprehensive study of international domain name dispute resolution. David has published many articles in the areas of copyright law, communications law, privacy law and media law.
David is a member of the Media and Communications Committee of the Law Council of Australia and a board member of the Australian Privacy Foundation. He is the General Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal (AIPJ), Australia’s foremost academic intellectual property journal. His current research interests include the ‘right to be forgotten’, search engine liability and legal dilemmas arising from ‘big data’.