The Right To Privacy (Article 8) and the Digital Revolution: Written evidence from Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham (RTP0004)
DEREK MCAULEY email@example.com
ANSGAR KOENE Ansgar.Koene@nottingham.ac.uk
Horizon1 is a Research Institute at The University of Nottingham and a Research Hub within the RCUK Digital Economy programme2. Horizon brings together researchers from a broad range of disciplines to investigate the opportunities and challenges arising from the increased use of digital technology in our everyday lives. Prof. McAuley is Director of Horizon and was principal investigator on the ESRC funded CaSMa3 project (Citizen-centric approaches to Social Media analysis) to promote ways for individuals to control their data and online privacy, the EPSRC funded UnBias4 (Emancipating Users Against Algorithmic Biases for a Trusted Digital Economy) project for raising user awareness and agency when using algorithmic services and the EPSRC funded Defence Against Dark Artefacts project on the legal and technical security of Internet of Things. Dr Koene was a lead researcher of the CaSMa and UnBias projects, is Research co-Investigator on the EPSRC funded ReEnTrust5 (Rebuilding and Enhancing Trust in Algorithms) project and chairs the working group for developing the IEEE P7003 Standard for Algorithm Bias Considerations. Dr Jiahong Chen is a Researcher Fellow of Horizon, working on the Defence Against Dark Artefacts project.
Chen, J. (2019). The Right To Privacy (Article 8) and the Digital Revolution: Written evidence from Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham (RTP0004)
|Acceptance Date||Jun 19, 2019|
|Online Publication Date||Jun 19, 2019|
|Publication Date||Jan 30, 2019|
|Deposit Date||Sep 30, 2019|
|Publicly Available Date||Oct 11, 2019|
|Related Public URLs||https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/joint-select/human-rights-committee/inquiries/parliament-2017/right-to-privacy-digital-revolution-inquiry-17-19/publications/|
|Additional Information||Written evidence submitted to UK Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry: The Right to Privacy (Article 8) and the Digital Revolution.
Contains Parliamentary information licensed under the Open Parliament Licence v3.0 https://www.parliament....pen-parliament-licence/. Ref RTP0004.
The Right To Privacy (Article 8) And The Digital Revolution
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