Privacy and Surveillance issues of bodycams: A commentary
Forthcoming, with Lotte Houwing. To be published in Bryce Clatyon Newell (ed) Police on Camera: Surveillance, Privacy and Police Accountability (Routledge).
Police bodycams as sousveillance tools? Reflections on the debate in the Netherlands
Forthcoming, with Lotte Houwing. Contribution to a debate section of Surveillance & Society.
Mapmaking in “Smart Cities” and the Role of Group Data Protection Rights in Data Protection Impact Assessments
2019, in Angela Daly, S. Kate Devitt and Monique Mann (eds), Good Data 298 (Institute of Network Cultures). Abstract, full text.
Emergency calls with a photo attached: The effects of urging citizens to use their smartphones for surveillance
2018, in Bryce Clayton Newell, Tjerk Timan and Bert-Jaap Koops (eds), Surveillance, Privacy and Public Space 157 (in Kirstie Ball, William Webster and Charles Raab (eds) Routledge Studies in Surveillance, Routledge). Abstract, full text.
Capturing license plates: police-citizen interaction apps from an EU data protection perspective
2019, TiLTing Perspectives, Tilburg. Slides & abstract.
“I’ve got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined”: Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’ album and the culture of surveillance
2019, GiKII session at TiLTing Perspectives, Tilburg. Slides & abstract.
Mapmaking in Smart Cities in the context of Good Data
2019, as part of the Good Data book launch at the Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam. Slides & abstract.
Presentation on legal issues surrounding participatory surveillance apps
2018, invited talk at the Groninger Juristen Congres 2018. Slides & abstract.
2018, contribution to the panel “Boundaries of Sharing — Participatory Surveillance in Data-driven Societies” at the Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus. Slides and abstract.
Mapmaking in Smart Cities and the Role of Group Data Protection Rights in DPIAs
2018, Surveillance Studies Network Conference, Aarhus. Slides and abstract.
How mobile personal safety technologies are restructuring privacy in public
2017, TiLTing Perspectives, Tilburg. Slides and abstract.
Mobile devices as stigmatizing security sensors
2017, Sensor Publics: A Workshop on the Politics of Sensing and Data Infrastructures, Munich. Slides & abstract.
Sinopticon: Emergency Calls with a photo attached
2015, Cyberspace ’15, Brno. Slides & abstract.
Privacy and dignity implications of the use of automated surveillance and behavioural profiling in airports
2014, Cyberspace ’14, Brno. Slides.
Decision Support Tool
2015, with Aaron Ceross. Part of RESPECT deliverable 15.2 (confidential).
Model Law: ‘Surveillance Systems Safeguards Directive’
2015, with Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnice. Part of RESPECT deliverable 15.2 (confidential).
2014, with Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici and Joseph Cannataci. SMART deliverable 12.3 (confidential).
Currently I’m finishing up my PhD thesis. I’m also working on:
The GSR v the GDPR: A tangled web
With Nynke Vellinga.
How purpose limitation and legal bases falter in the face of the GDPR’s Preamble 50
With Peter van de Waerdt.