CJLTCanadian Journal of Learning and Technology
CJLTCanadian Journal of Law and Technology
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States can assert jurisdiction over individuals on a number of grounds: territorial jurisdiction; nationality jurisdiction; passive personality or nationality principle; protective or security jurisdiction; and universal jurisdiction: see Stephen Coughlan et al, "Global Reach, Local Grasp: Constructing Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in the Age of Globalization" (2007) 6 CJLT 29 at 31-32; Simon Zucker, "Extraterritoriality and Canadian Criminal Law" (1975) 17 Crim LQ 146 at 151-76; Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law, 6th ed (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003) at 299-303.
(61) See Muharem Kianieff, "The Evolution of Consumer Privacy Law: How Privacy by Design Can Benefit from Insights in Commercial Law and Standardization" (2012) 10 CJLT 1 at 21-22.