data protection

Rethinking ethics review from a decolonial perspective

Doctoral researchers Raghavi Viswanath (Law), Anastasia Prokhorova (SPS), and Ophelia Nicole-Berva (SPS) unpack the construction of risk in fieldwork, consent as a process, and the issue of ‘giving back’ to communities being studied, in this takeaway from a workshop they organised.

Through Facebook’s looking-glass: Smart glasses and creepy technologies

Are smart glasses a threat to privacy, data protection or even human rights? Law Department researcher Natalia Menéndez González reviews the product’s unconvincing ‘privacy’ features and highlights initial concerns raised by European data protection authorities.