Michael Power has been fortunate to collaborate with a number of distinguished individuals in the course of writing on a variety of subjects during the course of his career in law. These publications, some available only by purchase from the publisher, include:

Information Security and Privacy: A Practical Guide for Global Executives, Lawyers and Technologists, American Bar Association, 2011. (Section on Canada)

“Privacy and electronic health records in Canada”, The Privacy Advisor, September 2009, Vol 9, No. 8 (International Association of Privacy Professionals)

“Developing a Culture of Privacy”, IEEE Security & Privacy, November/December 2007, Vol. 5, No. 6, pp. 58-60.

“Evaluating Common De-Identification Heuristics for Personal Health Information” Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2006;8(4):e28 (co-author).

“Training the Spyglass: Law in Anticipation of the Hydrogen Economy”, IEEE Proceedings, October 2006 (co-author).

“Lessons for Laptops from the 18th Century”, IEEE Security & Privacy, July/August 2006, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 64-68 (co-author).

“The 2006 Survey of Legal Developments in Data Management, Privacy, and Information Security: The Continuing Evolution of Data Governance”, 62 The Business Lawyer 251, (co-author) (ABA membership required to view)

“Lessons in Data Governance: A Survey of Legal Developments in Data Management, Privacy, and Security” (June 2004 – May 2005), 61 The Business Lawyer 431(co-author).(ABA membership required to view)

“The Lessons of MGM v. Grokster”, IEEE Spectrum, January 2006. (co-author).

“Acting Responsibly with Geospatial Data”, IEEE Security and Privacy, November/December 2005, Vol. 3, No. 6, pp. 77-80. (co-author).

“Averting Security Missteps in Outsourcing”, IEEE Security & Privacy, March/April 2005, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 70 – 73 (co-author).

“Franchising and data protection in Canada” (2005) 3 International Journal of Franchising Law 7 (co-author).

“Ontario & Health Information Privacy: Legislation Finally Arrives” (2005) 2 Can. Privacy Law Rev. 73 (co-author).

“The Public Health Care System, Health Professionals, PIPEDA & “Commercial Activity”: A Discussion” (2003-04) 4 Telehealth Law 1.

“Ontario’s Privacy of Personal Information Act, 2002: An Inelegant Attempt at Data Protection” (2001-02) 2 Telehealth Law 41.

Public Key Infrastructure Assessment Guidelines, American Bar Association, 2001 (Member, Editorial Board).

“Facilitating Electronic Health Care: Privacy, Security and the Potential of Public Key Infrastructures”, (2000-01) 1 Telehealth Law 21.

“Bill C-6: Federal Legislation in the Age of the Internet”, (1999) 26(2) Manitoba Law Journal 235.

“Electronic Government”, (1999), 48 University of New Brunswick Law Journal 209.

“Digital Signatures and Encryption”, Proceedings of the 1998 Isaac Pitblado Lectures, Law Society of Manitoba.