Harold Thimbleby — “Internet” only

1.Internet — Publications: refereed
1.1.Journal papers: refereed
2.Internet — Other publications
2.1.Patents
2.2.Public expert witnessing reports
2.3.Correspondence and other communications
3.Internet — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops
3.1.Invited lectures, webinars and seminars
3.2.Debates

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1. Internet — Publications: refereed

1.1. Journal papers: refereed

H. Thimbleby, “Personal Boundaries and Global Stage”, First Monday, vol. 3, no. 3 (1998). URL DOI: 10.5210%2Ffm.v3i2.582

2. Internet — Other publications

2.1. Patents

=D. J. Pullinger, =H. Thimbleby and =I. H. Witten, “Data Management and Security in Distributed Computing Systems”, UK Patent No. 9124679.3 (1991).

2.2. Public expert witnessing reports

H. Thimbleby, “Regina v Peter Antony Trier”, Swansea Crown Court (2017).

2.3. Correspondence and other communications

H. Thimbleby, “Memorandum by Professor Harold Thimbleby, Middlesex University, London”, E-commerce: Policy Development and co-ordination in the EU, Select Committee on the European Union, House of Lords, p. 526, The Stationery Office, London (2000).

3. Internet — Presentations, exhibitions, debates, workshops

3.1. Invited lectures, webinars and seminars

H. Thimbleby, “Bugs, Viruses and Liveware”, Glasgow University (1989).

H. Thimbleby, “Liveware Distribution”, Heriot-Watt HCI Centre Open Day, Scotland (1989).

3.2. Debates

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes 'smart' Tagging is Acceptable and Essential for Our Future”, Ubiconf 2004, London (2004).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes Internet Ethics Isn't and We Should All be Anarchists”, Real Time Club, London (2003).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes that 'Control of the Internet by Governments is Imperative for the Well-being of Society”, Real Time Club, London (2000).

H. Thimbleby, “This House Believes Society is Not Ready for The Freedom of Cyberspace”, Cambridge University Union Debating Society, Cambridge University (1995).


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