Nicolas Suzor

Law and Digital Media Researcher at QUT

I research the regulation of networked society. I study the peer economy, the governance of social networks, digital copyright, and knowledge commons. I am a Chief Investigator of QUT's Digital Media Research Centre, where I lead a program of research on the regulation and governance of the internet and social media. I am a Senior Lecturer in the Law School at QUT, where I teach intellectual property, internet law, and jurisprudence in the law school’s undergraduate and postgraduate programs. I am also the Legal Lead of the Australian Creative Commons project.

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